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Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is preparing shareholders for the government to sell down its 79% stake in the lender by asking them to vote on costs related to a sale at its annual general meeting.
The pension freedoms afforded to retirement savers in last year’s Budget – and rolled out last month – have raised numerous questions, not least how retirees can be helped to make appropriate decisions.
Newton Investment Management's Jason Pidcock is leaving the group to join Jupiter.
Tesco has said it "sincerely regrets" the accounting error which overstated profits by £263m and is forecasting volatile times ahead for the firm.
Investec has reported profits in its asset management business grew 3.6% over the year to the end of March 2015, as its CEO said the wider group is "in the best position it has been since the mid-2000s".
A victim of convicted fraudster financial adviser Chris Bladen is fighting banking giant HSBC for compensation, alleging the bank failed to recognise he 'forged' signatures on his account.
Advisers' contribution to funding government retirement guidance service Pension Wise should be reduced because they are not benefitting from its existence as much as anticipated, according to the Association of Professional Financial Advisers (APFA).
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned and fined a financial adviser for making unsuitable recommendations of high-risk and often unregulated investments.
Advisers should be wary about using inheritance tax (IHT) avoidance as a reason to recommend clients make extra pension contributions, according to the head of tax and trust planning at Fidelity FundsNetwork.
The advantages of defined benefit (DB) pensions appear lost on some final salary savers who are frustrated by a government rule mandating they seek regulated advice before transferring out, research suggests.
Entrepreneur Ivan Massow, who set up a controversial trail rebate firm, has launched his bid to become the next Conservative mayor of London with a candid Youtube video.
The S&P reached a further record high at closing yesterday, as disappointing economic data coming out of the US alleviated fears of an interest rate rise in the near future.
A man pretending to be from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is cold calling people in an attempt to defraud them, the regulator has warned.
Richard Woolnough, manager of the £24bn M&G Optimal Income fund, says he is at a loss to understand why the US is holding off on raising interest rates.
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