Institutional and mutual funds business suffers outflows
The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has named 12 sector leaders as challenge group chairs to spearhead its newly launched strategy for financial wellbeing.
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.