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Friday, 05 February 2016 13:04
A senior fund manager who previously worked for Schroders has been appointed by Standard Life Investments as its new head of stewardship and ESG investment.Euan Stirling joined Standard Life
Friday, 05 February 2016 12:44
Replacing tax relief with a Pensions ISA could be George Osborne’s ‘Gordon Brown moment’ and cause ‘incalculable damage’, the former Pensions Minister claims.Steve Webb, the ex-Liberal Democrat MP,
Friday, 05 February 2016 12:42
The author of a new book wants to get Financial Planners bouncing out of bed every morning ready to deliver a “bucket load of punch and pizzazz” to clients.Michelle Hoskin, the founder and director
Friday, 05 February 2016 12:40
Financial Planning firm Tilney Bestinvest has taken over London-based discretionary investment manager Ingenious Asset Management.The combined business will have over 500 staff across the UK
Thursday, 04 February 2016 14:11
A financial services firm is encouraging customers to manage their savings on the go by simply touching and swiping a device on their wrists.True Potential has made it possible for clients to
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Nearly three quarters of advisers remain unsure of what truly constitutes robo-advice, a survey has suggested.
The new chief executive of the FCA has been announced this morning as Andrew Bailey, the chief executive of the Prudential Regulation Authority.
A Certified Financial Planner is to step down from her position as a non-executive FCA board member, it has been revealed this morning.
An ex-Bellpenny director’s IFA ‘match-maker’ has teamed up with an asset manager to offer a new specialist service.
A financial advisory firm has launched a new online auto enrolment service for small businesses with between one and 30 staff.
A new regional Financial Planning hub is to be established by Sanlam UK as it embarks on an adviser recruitment drive.

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