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The Great Pension Revolution

See below a link to a short film featuring Keith Richards, chief executive of the Personal Finance Society, John Ventre, head of multi-asset investment at Old Mutual Global Investors and Richard Romer-Lee, managing director of Square Mile Investment Consulting and Research, in which they debate building investor confidence in an environment of change and uncertainty in pension provision. 

https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/5649/119179

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Victoria Hasler Writes in Portfolio Adviser

Identifying 5 Funds for when Income Actually Matters...

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Multi Asset Income Investing

Given the focus on income, which has been given a further boost by the recent announcement of freeing up the pension pot, a multi asset approach to income investing will be adopted by many advisers as they seek to help their clients through retirement. Nigel Whittingham, Director of Square Mile, was recently involved in an Asset TV Conference on multi asset income investing. See the link below.

hhttp://web.asset.tv/player/?sc=ms4f353f4c20df4&i=14236

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The Evolving Needs Of Investors

By Nigel Whittingham, Director, Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research

The age old practice of selecting funds based on peer group performance, over time periods which are largely meaningless and which is proven to be of absolutely no use in predicting future performance, is under significant pressure, both from the regulator and investors– and about time.

Added to this, the Regulator in the UK is very exercised about investors investing in funds which provide appropriate outcomes. To understand the drivers of change in the retail investment market, Square Mile Investment Consulting & Research conducted a detailed piece of research.. The insight from the results has provided some very clear conclusions.

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