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Latest press releases

14/12/2017

If you are covering the impact of the changes to Scottish income tax revealed in their budget please see below comment. 

13/12/2017

Jeremy Mugridge has been appointed head of proposition marketing for Old Mutual Wealth’s UK Platform, reporting to Michelle Andrews, marketing director at Old Mutual Wealth. He will be responsible for promoting the Old Mutual Wealth Platform customer and adviser propositions in the UK, including pensions, investments and protection.

11/12/2017

Old Mutual International, part of Old Mutual Wealth, today announces the launch of its Select Lifestyle Bond which combines its successful Lifestyle Trust and Select Bond solutions to create a compelling proposition for customers and advisers in the UK market. 

11/12/2017

Research reveals vast knowledge gap of 50-75 year olds leading to financial strain

22/11/2017

If you are covering today's UK Budget Statement please see the below comments from our spokespeople. 

15/11/2017

At a dedicated showcase event being held for investors and analysts today, Old Mutual Wealth will announce that it remains on track to list in 2018. The intention is to complete this listing as early as possible in 2018, subject to regulatory and other approvals.

07/11/2017

Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers is today pleased to announce the acquisition of Coleman Clough. 

24/10/2017

If you are covering government proposals for a ‘breathing space’ scheme for those with problem debt, please see the following comment from Old Mutual Wealth responsible business director, Jane Goodland:

18/10/2017

If you are covering the Financial Lives Survey published today by the Financial Conduct Authority, please see the following comment from Old Mutual Wealth responsible business director Jane Goodland: 

17/10/2017

If you are looking for Budget predictions and analysis, please see the following commentary from financial experts at Old Mutual Wealth, including Quilter Cheviot.

17/10/2017

If you’re covering today’s inflation numbers, please see the following comment from Ian Browne, retirement planning expert at Old Mutual Wealth: 

11/10/2017

While the gig economy has dominated headlines about the self-employed, a huge engine of growth in this population is being kept in the shadows. Over half a million ‘silver entrepreneurs’ are now working for themselves beyond retirement age, according to new research from Old Mutual Wealth and the Pensions Policy Institute.  

10/10/2017

Philip Hammond will have his work cut out for him in the upcoming budget as the Office for Public Responsibility’s new analysis shows that it has drastically over-estimated UK growth. 

05/10/2017

Old Mutual Wealth, one of the UK’s leading wealth management companies, announces the appointment of Paul Hucknall as HR Director and a member of the Old Mutual Wealth Executive Committee (subject to regulatory approval).  Paul will join the business on 1 January 2018.

02/10/2017

Old Mutual Wealth today outlines a series of policy proposals designed to improve the long-term savings outlook for the UK’s 4.8 million self-employed. It comes as the Pensions Policy Institute publishes a ground-breaking new research project exploring the financial circumstances, savings behaviours and working trends among the growing self-employed population. 

21/09/2017

If you’re covering today’s paper from the Financial Conduct Authority on the ageing population and financial services, please see the following comment from Rachael Griffin, tax and financial planning expert at Old Mutual Wealth:

21/09/2017

In partnership with the Chartered Insurance Institute, Old Mutual Wealth is launching a best practice training programme Old Mutual Wealth agrees with FCA proposals for more rigorous rules on pension transfer market Demand for transfer valuations has surged 

20/09/2017

If you’re covering the Work and Pensions Committee decision to launch an inquiry on pension reforms, please see the following comment from Jon Greer, head of retirement policy at Old Mutual Wealth. Jon says given the Financial Conduct Authority are already looking into pension freedoms, it is crucial the two bodies join up their thinking.