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Ashcourt Rowan sells pension administration business 23/04/2013 Ashcourt Rowan has sold its pension administration business to Mattioli Woods, a pensions consultancy and wealth management firm.
IFG group reports reduced profits and revenues 27/03/2013 IFG group has reported reduced profits and revenues in 2012 as it looks to reinvest cash from its international business. UBS appoints new head of private banking for Jersey 27/03/2013 UBS has appointed Jonathan Ferrara as head of private banking Jersey.
Pension platform to have access to Barclays Wealth funds 18/02/2013 Barclays' Corporate & Employer Solutions (C&ES) division is teaming up with Aegon and Zurich to provide a corporate pension platform with access to Barclays Wealth & Investment Management investment funds. Funds round up: Schroders, UBS, Greenlight and more 08/02/2013 Our weekly round up of the latest fund launches and news. New expatriate pension scheme reinforces ties between UAE and Jersey 06/02/2013 NBAD Trust Company (Jersey) Limited, the wholly owned subsidiary of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi PJSC (NBAD), today (06/02/2013) launched its Wealth Builder Plan, the first ever pension scheme for expatriates by a UAE bank.
Alternatives only asset class to see real drop in asset management fees, says Mercer 22/01/2013 Supply and demand dynamics are behind a fall asset management fees in alternatives according to a report by Mercer. UK's draft finance bill heralds residence test, GAAR and ‘mansion tax’ 11/12/2012 The Government has published draft tax legislation, as well as responses to consultations that have taken place over the summer.
The worst may be yet to come for UK HNW pension savers, warns AXA Wealth’s Andy Zanelli 10/12/2012 AXA Wealth, head of retirement planning, Andy Zenelli says “the devil will be in the detail” when it comes to ascertaining the knock-one effects from the chancellor's Autumn Statement, but he says three major changes that will impact people's long-term financial planning, is “undoubtedly going to impact many high-net worth individuals with large pension savings”. Autumn Statement throws up no nasty surprises, but is no joyride either for wealthy taxpayers 06/12/2012 In his Autumn Statement delivered today in the Commons, Chancellor George Osborne outlined the way ahead along his much vaunted "hard road" to recovery. While there were no particularly nasty surprises lurking around the twists and turns of his speech, it is certainly not likely to be a joyride for wealthy taxpayers in the near future.
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