Fund firms build stakes in Sipp specialist AJ Bell

McMillan, Paul
February 2007
Money Marketing;2/22/2007, p8
The article reports that two fund firms, Invesco Perpetual and Midas Capital Partners, have built stakes in self-invested personal pension (SIPP) specialist AJ Bell in Great Britain. Invesco Perpetual has taken a 15% stake while Midas Capital Partners has increased its stake from 12% to 15%. According to Andy Bell, founder of AJ Bell, the company is looking forward for all available options like flotation to serve a commercial enterprise.


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