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Transact’s Q4 inflows flat in ‘challenging market’
Net inflows for Transact were down slightly year-on-year for the latest quarter as the wrap platform reflected on an ‘increasingly challenging market environment’.By Jack Gilbert - 23 October 2018, 08:35
SJP passes £100bn assets mark
SJP has gone through the £100 billion assets under administration mark as it was once again boosted by pension inflows.
GAM assets tumble more than 10% as clients flee fund range
GAM’s assets under management tumbled more than 10% over the three months to the end of September
Tuesday Papers: Hammond set for £13bn a year windfall
And tech giants are building army of lobbyists to fight off tougher regulations.
Overnight Markets: S&P and Dow fall as financial stocks weigh
Halliburton Co. topped third-quarter profit and revenue estimates but shares slid 3%.
Research reveals toll of poor financial well-being on workers
Research commissioned by pension provider Aegon reveals some uncomfortable truths about workers' poor financial well-being in the workplace, along with potential solutions.
Scrap 'unhappy' lifetime ISA says MP as Budget nears
More MPs have added their voices to a growing discontent with the Lifetime ISA, following a hostile Treasury Select Committe report earlier this year.
SJP manager among four joining CISI financial planning forum committee
The Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (CISI) has appointed four new members to its Financial Planning Forum Committee.
M&G to suspend and close funds over £34bn Brexit switch
M&G Investments will temporarily suspend 21 of its funds as it moves £34 billion of assets from Britain to Luxembourg, New Model Adviser® can reveal.
TPR bans quartet behind £13.7 million pension scam
Four people have been banned from being pension trustees by The Pensions Regulator (TPR) as a result of a cold-calling scam that cost 245 people their pension savings.