The horns of a dilemma

June 2009
Money Marketing;6/18/2009, p48
An interview with Dennis Hall, managing director at Yellowtail Financial Planning, and Martin Bamford, joint managing director at Informed Choice is presented. Bamford relates the impact of the collapse of Keydata Co. on structured investment products. Moreover, Hall asserts that star manager will probably continue to apply since the wealth management business is a passive investment. Hall and Bamford offered their views on the 100 points gained in the FTSE in April 2009.


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