The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is seeking examples of occasions the industry suspects it may have applied its rules after the fact with the benefit of hindsight.
Papers examining the case for collective defined contribution plans in the UK and assessing the fates of under-performing funds are among the best-read in Professional Adviser's unique Financial Library over the last fortnight...
Product provider Aegon has distanced itself from a view attributed to its head of marketing that advisers have been "disintermediated" and that its future lies in direct relationships with consumers.
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Recently launched Family Building Society has linked with Chase de Vere and Key Retirement Solutions for later life planning referrals.
Only 13% of over 45s would consider seeking help from a financial adviser with their care funding, despite more than half stating they are confused by the subject, according to research.
Professional Adviser asked seven advisers one question: If you had the means to change one thing about how the industry is regulated, what would you do? (part one of two...)
Professional Adviser asked seven advisers one question: If you had the means to change one thing about how the industry is regulated, what would you do? (part two of two)
Pensions minister Steve Webb and JP Morgan chief market strategist and ex-BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders have been confirmed as two of the keynote speakers at this year's Personal Finance Society (PFS) national conference.
Seven out of ten mothers rank family financial security among their top priorities but few are taking out protection cover or talking about the impact of their death, according to a study by Aegon.
Six million homes, half of all mortgaged residential property in the UK, could be at risk because the owners are not covered by any form of protection insurance, according to research from life and pensions provider Friends Life.
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