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The Personal Finance Society (PFS) has launched an online space to share good practice guides with advisers.
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The shareholders of Tavistock Investments have approved the firm's takeover of Standard Financial Group and its troubled adviser network Financial Ltd.
The chief executive of national IFA Ashcourt Rowan has talked of the importance of scale in wealth management as the company awaits regulatory approval for a near-£100m takeover by Towry.
Financial services firm consolidator Succession Advisory Services has signed two new advisers to its pool of members, adding £200m to its £10bn funds under management (FUM).
Listed advice firm Lighthouse Group has teamed with a discretionary investment manager to create a 'cost-effective' focused investment advice service to be delivered online.
The Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA) has negotiated new discounts for members which it claims could save smaller firms up to £300 a year in running costs.
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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.
Advisers have accused the Personal Finance Society (PFS) of creating a “two-tier membership” after it emerged some will be left out of the new version of the organisation’s adviser database and will not have the same details displayed on their profiles as other PFS members.
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