FCA hits Aviva Investors with £18 million fine

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Aviva Investors £17.6 million (€24 million) after finding that the group had failed to manage conflicts of interest adequately, manipulating deals and failing

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  • Liquidation increases

    Man Group sees surge in profits and FUM for 2014

    Man Group, one of the largest alternative investment managers, has announced a 62% increased in its adjusted profit before tax in 2014.

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  • Eurozone

    Eurozone economic sentiment reaches seven-month high

    Eurozone economic sentiment has risen to a seven-month high in February, suggesting that a more competitive euro, sharply reduced oil prices and European Central Bank (ECB) stimulus is providing a better growth

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  • Pensionandkey

    F&C Investments: LDI funds demand increases despite low yields

    As the UK pensions market is getting more used to nominal and real rates remaining lower for longer, investment manager F&C Investments says that this has caused UK pension schemes

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  • growth

    Jupiter Fund Management releases positive results for last year

    Jupiter Fund Management results for 2014 show that the fund manager had a successful year, with a 40% increase in

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