Aegon’s acquisition of Cofunds completes

On 11 August last year we announced Aegon’s intention to buy the platform from Legal & General. The regulator has now approved the deal, and as of today we’re now owned by Aegon. Direct client input to our priorities Our … Continue reading

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2015 Cofunds Limited financial results – our comments

We’re commenting today on our financial statements for 2015, which have been issued to Companies House. We saw a slight decrease in turnover to £78.3m (2014: £78.9m) but the net cash1 we generated increased by 33% to £5.3m – a … Continue reading

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What Aegon’s ownership of Cofunds means for our customers

Subject to regulatory approval, Cofunds is set to be bought by Aegon, the international pensions, life insurance and asset management company. Through this deal and Aegon’s investment, Cofunds intermediary users and their customers will eventually move onto an enhanced version … Continue reading

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Cofunds to be acquired by Aegon

Since being one of the first platforms to launch in the UK back in 2001, we’ve worked in partnership with financial intermediaries of all types to make investing easier for three quarters of a million invididual investors. We also power … Continue reading

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Cofunds maintains its position as the largest UK platform

Cofunds, the Legal & General owned investment platform, has consolidated its position as the largest platform in the UK. Assets Under Administration (AUA) at 31 December 2015 stood at £76.9bn, a £5bn increase on the closing position in 2014. This … Continue reading

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Why it now makes sense to be less bullish on government bonds

Guest blog: Mike Riddell, Portfolio Manager at Allianz Global Investors The most common question that bond fund managers have been asked post 2008 is when central banks will raise interest rates. It’s now looking more likely that the next move … Continue reading

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