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US investment bank and structured products specialist Incapital will takeover UK distributor Blue Sky Asset Management. Blue Sky's book of plans will be subsumed into Incapital Europe
FTSE Group has added to its London office with the recruitment of five senior executives
UK MP Jonathan Evans asks for a fresh, "simplified" approach on consultation, and fairer implementation of EU directives
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The balance of UK investments in ETFs has shifted from the FTSE 100 index towards ETFs based on the S&P 500, MSCI Emerging Markets and Japan in the first quarter of 2010.
The less-than-expected increase in capital gains tax announced by UK chancellor George Osborne means structured products retain their tax-efficient status
The world is watching nervously as sovereign debt is rocked by fiscal and economic crises in the eurozone.
Growth and income plans were by far the most popular style of product over the past three weeks, thereby disproving the previous UK wrap prediction that autocall products would increase in popularity
Barclays Wealth says kick-out structures remain popular in the UK, despite the recent confusion over Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) eligibility. Barclays is reissuing two kick-out structures to ...
FTSE has created an index to help asset managers and retail investors navigate the pensions market. The index provider has partnered with London-based data services firm Pension DCisions to create t...
Firms in the UK will need more guidance on complying with the Bribery Act's strict rules
The proportion of investment products distributed through the UK's independent financial advisers (IFAs) is predicted to hit 85% this year, according to a report from global research company Deloittes....
Widening continues on eurozone CDS spreads as Australian banks feel the pinch from the Greek debt crisis
After Greece, Portugal and Spain suffered rating downgrades in April due to escalating fiscal problems, investors ask if the same standards are being applied to advanced economies.
News of a massive EU rescue package has boosted market confidence in European sovereign and bank debt.
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