Scottish Widows report
Scottish Widows report
Retirees worried about savings
Up £10bn year-on-year
SLA to continue managing one-third of assets
Minister suggested dipping into pots
Multi-asset funds saw £7.9 billion in net retail sales in 2018, sparked by a heightened awareness of risk, following a resurgence in volatility. Scottish Widows examines the appeal of this approach.
Global take-up of smart beta as an investment strategy is at a high. Scottish Widows explains these strategies and their potential to generate returns and reduce risk relative to traditional indices.
Changing demographics, regulatory requirements and other external forces may shape how multi-asset investing evolves. Scottish Widows explores what the future might hold for this investment approach.
A more volatile investment environment can prompt a sharper focus on diversification as a way to manage risk and renewed interest in different approaches to multi-asset investing and fund choices.
Head of Fund Proposition Scottish Widows Investment Strategy & Execution provides an in-depth look at their fund range
Also signs Funeral Payment Pledge
Cofunds sees high uphold rate
Pay-outs totalling £208m
Lloyds 'not entitled' to give notice
Equates to seven million people
Industry Voice: Scottish Widows pension expert Robert Cochran and economist Andrew Scott discuss the future of employment and income, in episode three of Scottish Widows' podcast series.
Industry Voice: This year has seen investment management charges come under the spotlight.
Industry Voice: Scottish Widows Pension Expert Robert Cochran caught up with Andrew Scott to discuss retirement planning in an age of longevity. Andrew Scott is a Professor of Economics at London Business School and co-author of the book 'The 100 Year...
Industry Voice: Iain Petrie discusses how Retirement Account from Scottish Widows can help deliver a more flexible retirement
Aiming to be' top three' UK financial planner
Industry Voice: For generations, life expectancy has been steadily increasing, with more and more people now likely to live to 100.
Industry Voice: Traditional retirement planning models are becoming outdated, as clients' journey to and through retirement become more transitional and complex.
Part of £109bn contract