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Local Government Pension Scheme Under Pressure To Drop Active Fund Managers

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The Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) has said it is under pressure from government officials to switch to passive... Read more

Debate: Should The Tapered Annual Allowance For Tax On Pensions Be Abolished?

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Should the tapered annual allowance for tax on pensions be abolished? Yes – Steve Webb is director of policy at R... Read more

No-deal Brexit Fears Dent UK M&A Activity

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Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity targeting the UK has fallen almost 40 per cent on the same period last year... Read more

Brooks Macdonald Reports Strong Funds And Profit Growth

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Wealth management firm Brooks Macdonald has reported full-year growth exceeding expectations, in a rare glimmer of ligh... Read more

Dealing With The Debt Conundrum

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Debt remains a word shrouded with negative connotations. And despite how commonplace it is, people are still strangely ... Read more

Why We Should Be Worried That Many Women Are Reliant On Their Partners Pensions

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We may have come a long way since the days when women were the property of men, but we still face some huge challenges ... Read more

What Do “lower For Longer” Interest Rates Mean For Value Investors?

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“Lower for longer” has been one of the rallying cries of this bull market cycle. Indeed, interest rates are not sim... Read more

London Office Vacancies Drop To Lowest Level Since 2007

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A supply starved market and weakened investment has led to vacancy rates in London offices falling to their lowest leve... Read more

Investment Companies Assets Reach Record £200bn

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Assets under management by the investment company industry have surpassed £200bn for the first time, and have doubled ... Read more

Pension Deficits Fall Among FTSE 350 Firms But Majority Remain In The Red

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Defined benefit pension deficits among FTSE 350 companies have dropped by nearly one-third in the last year, but still ... Read more

Value Investing Will Survive Fortnite – And Other Tech Disruptors

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Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf is 16, lives with his family in Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania and last weekend, by virtue of his ... Read more

Now That The Treasury Has Stopped Making 1p And 2p Coins, Should We Scrap Them Completely?

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Now that the Treasury has stopped making 1p and 2p coins, should we scrap them completely? Finn McRedmond, a staff w... Read more

Why Times Are Tough For UK Asset Managers

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It’s been a difficult year for the UK investment industry, and things could get worse before they get better.   ... Read more

No Respite For BT Investors As Shares Sink Again

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By Graeme Evans from interactive investor. BT shares continue to fall after first quarter results do little to ... Read more

Debate: Are Professional Traders Becoming Obsolete?

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Debate: Are professional traders becoming obsolete? Yes – Mike Read is chief executive and co-founder of Pelican T... Read more