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M&G PLC is a United Kingdom-based savings and investment company. The Company manages investments for both individuals and for institutional investors, such as pension funds. The Company’s asset management and customer solutions are supported by its two brands: Prudential and M&G Investments. In the United Kingdom and continental Europe, the Company provides a range of long-term savings and investment solutions, including PruFund. In the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia, the Company also provides asset management solutions. The Company operates across two operating segments: Savings & Asset Management, and Heritage. The Savings & Asset Management Segment comprises its retail savings (including PruFund) and asset management business, as well as its institutional asset management business. The Heritage Segment comprises its annuities and corporate pensions businesses.
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John William Foley
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Irene McDermott Brown
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Investors in property funds should wait up to six months before they can get their money back to avoid a stampede for the exit leading to widespread suspensions in rocky markets, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority proposed on Monday.
Investors in property funds should wait up to 180 days before they can get their money back, Britain's Financial Conduct Authority proposed on Monday.
British shares fell on Friday as souring U.S.-China relations weighed and marked weekly losses as concerns over the coronavirus and uncertainty over a vaccine spurred a selling-out of equities.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 15 points higher at 6,258 on Wednesday, according to financial bookmakers. * WILLIAM HILL: British bookmaker William Hill on Tuesday launched an issue of shares worth up to 20% of its share capital. * ASSET MANAGERS: Six asset managers...
Six asset managers including M&G <MNG.L> and Legal & General <LGEN.L> said they were keeping property funds totalling more than $7.5 billion in assets frozen as valuers continue to struggle to assess real estate due to the coronavirus crisis.
Insurer and asset manager M&G is keeping its $3.2 billion UK Property Portfolio suspended following a six-month freeze, as it could not assess the value of its real estate assets accurately due to the coronavirus crisis, it said on Tuesday.
Royal London Mutual Insurance Society Ltd :
* Hiscox says paying claims quickly and fairly (Adds Hiscox comment, bullet points)
Lloyd's of London, Hiscox and RSA are among donors to a new British 100 million pound ($121.19 million) insurance and long-term savings COVID-19 support fund, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) said on Monday.
* M&G - TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF M&G PROPERTY PORTFOLIO CONTINUES
British insurers cancelled more than 1 billion pounds ($1.2 billion) of dividends on Wednesday, in moves welcomed by the Bank of England which had cautioned the sector about the risk of heavy costs from the spread of the coronavirus.
Shares in Europe's insurers fell sharply on Friday after the EU regulator said they should temporarily halt payouts to shareholders during the coronavirus epidemic, although Germany backed Allianz's decision to go ahead with a dividend.
British insurer M&G has dropped plans to cut staff by 10% this year due to coronavirus, it said in a memo to staff on Wednesday seen by Reuters.
Although this week's suspensions of UK property funds were due to fallout from coronavirus rather than cash calls, they raise "legitimate questions" about offering daily redemptions, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday.
Property funds should suspend themselves if they can no longer properly assess the value of the real estate assets they hold, a British funds industry trade body said on Wednesday.
Asset managers Kames Capital <AEGN.AS> and Janus Henderson <JHG.N> said on Tuesday they had temporarily suspended dealings in their UK real estate funds as market turbulence caused by coronavirus made it hard to accurately value the properties they contain.
The global shock to markets from coronavirus is expected to cause more funds to suspend trading, industry sources said on Monday after Denmark's Jyske Invest froze a number of its funds.
Having initially brushed off the potential impact from coronavirus-linked claims, global insurers are waking up to the prospect of a double whammy - a sharp rise in payouts at a time of big investment losses.
* Shares up 2.7%, broadly in line with FTSE 100 (Adds detail from CEO conference call, share reaction)
British insurer and asset manager M&G said on Tuesday it was facing uncertainty from the coronavirus outbreak as it recorded in-line 2019 operating profit in its first set of results after splitting from parent Prudential last year.
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