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Ronaldo backs ‘volatile’ derivatives product for Cyprus-based firm

By: Eugene Costello | 22 Sep 2017

Cristiano Ronaldo, said to be the world’s most highly paid football player, is lending his name to promoting contracts for difference (CFDs) derivatives, that regulators across Europe…

CBA eyes offload of asset management business

By: Eugene Costello | 22 Sep 2017

Hard on the heels of offloading its life insurance business to Hong Kong-based AIA for A$3.8bn as reported, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is looking to divest…

Chase de Vere acquires medical IFA group

By: Gary Robinson | 22 Sep 2017

UK IFA firm Chase de Vere has announced that it is to acquire the financial planning business and financial advisers of  medical IFA group Medical Money Management.…

Old Mutual backs FCA call for gov’t action on ‘ageing population’

By: Eugene Costello | 22 Sep 2017

Old Mutual has come out in support of the call by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for the government to take action on financial services provision for…

Old Mutual partners with CII to offer pension advice training

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Sep 2017

Old Mutual Wealth has teamed up with the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) to offer defined benefit pension transfer training for advisers in the light of more stringent…

Indian fund managers set for boom from ‘new generation’ of investors: Cerulli

By: Gary Robinson | 21 Sep 2017

Fund managers in India need to gear up to meet the needs of sophisticated and wealthy investors and a new generation of investors who will be more…

Sweden looks to digital currency ‘by next year’

By: Jonathan Boyd | 21 Sep 2017

A continued sharp fall in the use of cash for retail payments in Sweden has led the country’s central bank to consider proposals for an ‘e-krona’, which…

CBA insurance business sale makes AIA region’s biggest

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Sep 2017

Hong Kong based AIA is to acquire Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s life assurance businesses throughout Australia and New Zealand for A$3.8bn (US$3bn), making it the largest life…

FCA calls for action over ‘ageing population’

By: Eugene Costello | 21 Sep 2017

The Financial Conduct Authority today called for government action to protect the interests of older consumers who are becoming a bigger group, with an ageing population thanks…

EU authorities net assets, documents in ‘coordinated action’

By: Helen Burggraf | 20 Sep 2017

EU authorities in the Netherlands, Spain and Cyprus moved on 10 homes and businesses yesterday and seized goods, including an automobile, watches, cash and documents, in what…

CISI, Thomson Reuters partner for MiFID II seminars

By: Jonathan Boyd | 20 Sep 2017

Such is the demand to better understand the implications of MiFID II, the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments (CISI) has announced it has joined forces with…

MPs address pension concerns amid increased fears of scams

By: Eugene Costello | 20 Sep 2017

The UK Work and Pensions Committee is to carry out a far-reaching examination of the pensions industry amid fears that the public is receiving poor financial advice…

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