M&G poised to unveil Cautious Multi Asset fund

January 2007
Fund Strategy;1/29/2007, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the planned launching of the Cautious Multi Asset fund by M&G PLC at the end of February 2007 in Great Britain. The fund, still needing approval from the Financial Services Authority, will be operated by fund manager David Jane and will provide investment for equities, bonds, and property. M&G management director Jonathan Willcocks claims that alternative solutions will be provided by the fund to the investors.


Related Articles

  • FSA sets out Arch cru opinion. Holt, Natalie // Money Marketing;7/19/2012, p11 

    The article reports on the legal opinion published by the British Financial Services Authority (FSA) on its plans for a consumer redress scheme for Arch Cru investors.

  • Call to curb structured products. Milner, Leah // Money Marketing;1/21/2010, p5 

    The article reports that specialist provider Altus Financial Products believes that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) should be restricting sales of structured products to sophisticated investors in Great Britain.

  • Asleep at the wheel. Gilchrist, Chris // Money Marketing;7/28/2011, p37 

    In this article, the author is critical on the failure of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in Great Britain in 2011 to provide the level of protection that Arch cru investors should receive.

  • FSA deal lacks transparency, say investors.  // Money Marketing;10/27/2011, p31 

    The article reports on the challenge of Arch cru investors to Great Britain's Financial Services Authority (FSA) concerning FSA's setting up of a compensation package worth 54 million pounds between HSBC Ltd., BNY Mellon Trust & Depositary, and Capita Financial Managers Ltd. without consultation.

  • FSA authorises student housing fund.  // Fund Strategy;11/19/2012, p19 

    The article reports that Great Britain Financial Service Authority (FSA) has cleared the first property-authorised investment fund (Paif) to invest in student accommodation available to retail investors.

  • Waiver-thin reassurance for investors. Stones, John // Money Marketing;3/20/2003, p28 

    Reports that the Financial Services Authority (FSA) is encouraging investors to take solvency waivers due to the problem in its solvency requirements in Great Britain. Different kinds of solvency waiver; Need for the companies to demonstrate their financial resources to meet expected...

  • Unsuitable response. Resnik, Paul // Money Marketing;1/17/2013, p26 

    The author looks at the continuing failure of the British financial advisory practices to assess suitability since the Financial Services Authority's (FSA) March 2011 final guidance report set guidelines for advice suitability regarding an investor's willingness and ability to take risk.

  • Chris Gilchrist: Lack of supervision is real reason for Arch cru failure. Gilchrist, Chris // Money Marketing (Online Edition);1/28/2013, p30 

    The author discusses the regulatory failures of Great Britain Financial Services Authority (FSA) with reference to Arch cru case. He states that Oeics were termed to be safe at the time of introduction in Great Britain. But the safety of Oeics was not ensured by FSA regarding the losses suffered...

  • FSA tells lenders to review exit fees. Atkinson, Rebecca // Mortgage Strategy;6/19/2006, p5 

    The article reports on accusations against the Great Britain Financial Services Authority (FSA) for not taking a firm position against lenders that charge unjustifiably high exit fees. The FSA has apparently criticized lenders for not providing clear information about increases in mortgage exit...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics