Cofunds set to offer its own pension

Nickerson, Kira; Salih, Chris
August 2009
Money Marketing;8/6/2009, p1
The article focuses on the personal pension offered by Cofunds Ltd. to provide advisers fund selection guidance in Great Britain. It states that the pension wrapper will be launched in 2010 and will compete directly with product providers like Legal and General Group PLC which owns 25 percent of the platform. It notes that the platform's guided fund selection service will offer seven different risk profiles, and it will be carried out in partnership with Old Broad Street Research Ltd.


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