Pension checklist for changing job
It can be easy to forget about pension benefits when you are swept up in the excitement and stress of changing job. But as workplace pensions can be very generous, it pays to keep on top of any pots that have been built up, says Fidelity International’s Ed Monk.
Underinvested, underinsured and over here – China’s wealthy on the move
China’s private wealth is growing at a break neck pace with four of its eastern provinces as wealthy as Portugal, according to analysis from Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM).
Who actually holds the global debt?
Despite much talk of debt reduction and deleveraging since the financial crisis, global debt levels are higher than ever before. Several risks arise for investors and for financial and economic stability, according to Daniel Murray, head of global research at EFG Asset Management.
Six steps to fend off ‘failure to prevent’ tax evasion charges
A law firm outlines how financial advice firms can protect themselves from the criminal offence of failing to prevent tax evasion.
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Five ways international pension transfers are changing
Pension transfers are “good business for good advisers”, according to Old Mutual Wealth, which has produced a five step best practice guide for international advisers.
China top but Australia a big draw for wealth migration
Australia will be a big beneficiary of global wealth migration according to a survey which ranks global private wealth centres.
Five worst performing funds in April
Mark Carney cast doubt on a May rate rise, UK GDP grew at its most sluggish pace in over five years, US treasuries hit 3% and Russia faced US sanctions. So which funds had the toughest time navigating April? Our sister publication Portfolio Adviser examines performance figures from FE.
Gallery 2 May 18
Overseas territories furious at UK’s ‘colonial era’ register
The British Overseas Territories (BOTs) have slammed the UK Government for trying to force public registers of beneficial owners on the jurisdictions, describing it as an act of “constitutional overreach” and an “unacceptable act of modern colonialism”.