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A network is planning to test its independent advisers' knowledge on unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS), and if they fail, will ask them to become restricted.
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L&G is to reduce ongoing charges by up to 55% on selected retail index funds in the latest sign of price pressure in the passive investment space.
Past and present appointed representatives (ARs) of Sesame have expressed their anger at being told advice previously passed by the network as suitable has now been deemed wrong in a widespread review following a £6m fine from the regulator.
Henderson has reported strong net UK retail inflows of £814m for the third quarter but cautioned difficulties lie ahead for investors.
Barclays has reported a 15% rise in Q3 profit but also set aside £500m for potential fines relating to manipulation of foreign exchange markets.
New business at wealth manager St James’s Place (SJP) was up 18% in the third quarter of the year to £212m as clients took advantage of increased ISA limits, interim results show.
The seismic shift in how advisers operate their businesses, driven largely by regulation, is just one of the factors behind the popularly of passives, writes Jon Everill
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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is to launch a criminal inquiry into Tesco after its accounting failure led the firm to overstate profits by £263m, according to reports.
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