Financial Planning Week gets under way
Financial Planning firms across the country are opening their doors to the general public today…
Automated advice will have a key role, says IFP board member
An IFP board member who set up an online advice firm believes technology will never…
Wealth management firm expands with new office
A private wealth management firm has opened a new office in Buckinghamshire as part of…
Aviva looks set to take over Friends Life after announcement
The rumoured takeover of Friends Life by Aviva looks likely to go ahead in a…
Scottish Life name killed off in Royal London rebrand
The name Scottish Life has become a thing of the past as the rebranding of…
'Financial Planning week is about putting people back in control'
Financial Planning week is about putting people back in control of their finances, the IFP's chief…
Savers to avoid costly fines due to pension reform U-turn
A Treasury U-turn on the pension reforms will mean there is more chance that savers…
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Remember, Remember, Financial Planning Week in November
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￼'Challenging' IFP event was Wheeler fortune
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A rebalancing act over breakfast - early risers at Surrey branch get portfolio tips
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A Treasury Committee member with a background in software engineering says automated advice is an inadequate substitute for a human adviser and suggested its potential is over hyped.
Advisers have reported a significant jump in clients seeking advice since the sweeping reforms to pensions were announced in March.
The sweeping reforms to pensions introduced in the Budget have increased the need for regulators to protect consumers, the chairman of the FCA has said.
Advisers could end up footing the bill when companies get fined for auto-enrolment failures, a wealth management firm has warned.
Scores of responses have been sent to the Financial Conduct Authority regarding proposals to prevent misleading financial promotions through social media services such as Twitter.
A life and pensions firm has reported a rise of 13% in its underlying earnings before tax for quarter 3.