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Touchstone Investments Completes Acquisition of Old Mutual Funds
OMAM is the name through which Old Mutual (U.S.) Holdings Inc. conducts its U.S. asset management business. Old Mutual Capital is a wholly owned subsidiary of OMAM.
10 core funds, trusts and ETFs for your ISA
The Old Mutual Global Strategic Bond fund has the freedom to invest in a mix of government, investment-grade and high-yield bonds across international markets, including emerging markets.
Oligarchy that Runs the World Now Verified by Science
After about five centuries of modern science, since the Scientific Revolution, Science has finally officially confirmed a global oligarchy.
CDC is linked to Ibori fraud scandal
The government-backed fund investing in projects in developing countries has been dragged into the controversy surrounding James Ibori, the former governor of the oil-rich Delta State in Nigeria, who is expected to be sentenced in London on Tuesday on ...
What advisers are saying: Relevant life policies
Back when Mad Men stalked Madison Avenue, marketing was something you did last. You came to Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce with your finished product and Don (after some heavy drinking, womanising and general misogyny) would think up a way to sell ...
Fire engine firm AssetCo restates 2010 results
AssetCo Plc, the owner of London's fire engines, said it had restated its accounts for 2010 after the company discovered "significant" overstatement of profits and assets.
160-Year Old Hanover Retaking Its Place as P/C Industry Leader
The Hanover Insurance Group is now the holding company for a group of insurers that includes The Hanover Insurance Co., based in Worcester, Mass.
Gun-ho! US ignores warnings from China to stage war games exercise with ...
A Philippine exploration firm, Philex Petroleum Corp, said on Tuesday its unit, Forum Energy Plc, found more natural gas than expected around Reed Bank, where Chinese navy vessels tried to ram one of Forum Energy's survey ships last year.
Burning passions: Why the Falklands is still an issue
So the ingredients are there for sensible dialogue and a mutual recognition that, while the wishes of the islanders are fixed for now, there are serious matters to discuss, old resentments to bury and new opportunities to chew over. But this won't happen.
LGFVs: China's $1.7 trillion hangover
This option, quietly gaining momentum since February, would involve Beijing issuing parcels of repackaged LGFV debt in the form of municipal-commercial bonds - which it would expect to get snapped up by state-run banks, insurance companies and mutual ...