Legal & General is to close its with-profits fund to new business after interest waned post-RDR.
The next government’s policy on pension tax relief is the biggest worry to advisers ahead of the general election, a survey has found.
A self invested personal pension (SIPP) provider is to launch a panel of discretionary fund managers (DFM) on its platform in a bid to satisfy what it said is adviser demand.
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Retirement Planner has launched of a series of breakfast briefings aimed at advisers operating in the retirement planning space.
Billionaire investor George Soros is finally retiring from fund management at the age of 84 to focus on political philanthropy.
Responding to Professional Adviser's resident Armchair Critic, who highlighted recently what he saw as the inescapable problem with vertical integration, Old Mutual Wealth's Carlton Hood is adamant client suitability decisions will always remain sacrosanct...
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Alistair Hewit, head of cash management at Deutsche Bank Private Wealth Management UK, explains the benefits of cash as an asset class.
Andrew Lyddon, equity analyst at Schroders, explains how to spot a company that looks undervalued, but turns out to be cheap for good reason.
Enter your firm for the Professional Adviser Awards 2015, which will be held at The Brewery in London in February.
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