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Standard Life Wrap has partnered with eight discretionary firms in a bid to enhance the service it offers advisers facing up to pension freedom challenges.
Royal Dutch Shell is planning to slash its spending by $15bn over the next three years, following a collapse in the oil price.
Advisers are not asking the right questions when doing due diligence on discretionary fund managers (DFM), one such firm has said, in response to criticism it is "impossible" to compare their costs and services.
Angry investors are planning legal action against the regulator in a bid to claw back losses they claim its predecessor caused when it branded their traded life settlement investments "toxic".
Advisers registered with IFA directory Unbiased are to offer free introductory advice sessions to consumers in a bid to stir interest in advice.
In his first interview for more than four years, Artemis senior partner Mark Tyndall speaks to Dan Jones about charging and cost disclosure, fund manager lock-ins, and the future of the business.
Pension scheme members are three times more likely to be approached about accessing their pots since the Budget freedoms were announced, according to research.
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Assets in Hargreaves Lansdown's multi-manager range have moved closer to the £5bn mark after the company raised £162m for its HL Multi-Manager UK Growth fund, which launched on 23 January.
Complaints about pensions dealt with by the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) have fallen markedly year on year, figures show, with the impending changes to legislation cited as a possible explanation for the drop.
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