RLAM chief exec: 'In a few years' time, there will be no institutional investor, it will all be retail'

Hardeep  Tawakley
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Royal London Asset Management chief executive Andrew Carter explains how the group is 'reinventing itself' to broaden its appeal to retail investors and capitalise on freedom and choice.

With the largest mutual life and pensions group in the UK as its parent, it is little wonder Royal London Asset Management (RLAM) has historically had a greater focus on the institutional market. ...

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