Lloyds 'not entitled' to give notice
A decade of fiscal stimulus
What will 2018 be remembered for? For many in the asset management community it will be the year MiFID II, PRIIPs, KIDs and GDPR were introduced, adding to the already heavy burden of regulation.
Aiming to be top three UK financial planner
Part of £109bn contract
Cazenove joint venture being discussed
Following 2016 thematic review
Alliance Trust Savings tops lists
Matthews joins amid discretionary-growth drive
'Dynamic volatility management'
Plans to invest more than £3bn in strategic initiatives
Dispute over structure of the combined group
Recently announced merger with Aberdeen
Replaces Ian Wilkins
Over 7,000 customers affected
In the latest in our series of interviews with some of the industry's key Investment Influencers, Investment Week talks to Jon Beckett of Scottish Widows.
Further work planned following closed book review
Joins firm as investment director
Inherited from SWIP acquisition
Toby Strauss, the chief executive of Scottish Widows, is to exit the group after four years.
Toby Strauss, the chief executive of Scottish Widows, has said the pensions industry is in danger of "breaching its capacity to cope" following the far-reaching changes announced at Budget 2014, unless it is afforded some breathing space by policymakers....
The price war in the passive space continues to rage but some providers refuse to play ball, offering trackers with fees as steep as active funds.