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Wrap platform Novia has formed a strategic partnership with Tavistock by teaming up with Cocoon Investments to acquire a £250,000 stake in the business.
Lighthouse Financial Advice, the middle market unit within national adviser Lighthouse Group, has extended a contract to provide advice to members of a motoring and leisure club for a further three years.
Vanguard is to cut charges on 25 UK and Irish-domiciled funds, including its LifeStrategy range, as it responds to recent price cuts from other providers in the tracker space.
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Consolidator and wealth manager Succession Group has made its tenth acquisition putting it a step closer to achieving its target of 50 firms by 2017.
Fee-based IFA Money Wise is looking to recruit advisers after putting a full-year loss for 2013 down to its "sub-scale" branches.
IFG Group, which owns James Hay Partnership and high net worth IFA Saunderson House, has agreed to sell its Irish pension administration and advisory businesses for £10.8m.
Independent advisory firm Saunderson House, which charges for advice on a per-hour basis, posted a 6% increase in profits to more than £4m in 2013.
A 'charter' for financial services firms using social media has launched weeks after the regulator published guidelines on how to communicate compliantly on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
All regulated financial advisers could be included on a new directory being set up by the Money Advice Service (MAS) after the industry and consumers gave the green light to the project.
Tracker funds saw net retail sales of £532m in July, the highest level since Investment Management Association (IMA) records began twenty two years ago.
The Whitechurch Network spent more than £704,000 in 2013 settling claims related to advice given by its appointed representatives on Keydata and Arch Cru.
More than 130 businesses have signed a letter saying the business case for Scottish independence "has not been made".
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