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The advice gap has been a popular topic since the Retail Distribution Review, but hasn't this gap always existed?
Almary Green managing director Lamb named Financial Adviser of the Year
An event highlighting the opportunities, challenges and risks for financial advisers and wealth managers accessing alternative investments returns to London later this year.
The full shortlists for the first ever Growth Investor Awards have been announced.
Professional Adviser has been named as the media partner for the inaugural Growth Investor Awards.
Structured product sales strategies under the spotlight
Architas has launched a fund of funds designed to offer investors exposure to alternative asset classes such as infrastructure and forestry.
P2P in ISAs: Advisers on risk vs reward
EEA Group, the company behind the EEA Life Settlements fund, is urging investors who believe they were mis-sold the product to complain to the intermediaries who arranged the sale, following an alert by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Brandeaux is plannning to float the portfolio of its Student Accommodation fund in a bid to help meet redemption requests.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has won its battle against two unauthorised investment schemes after the High Court ruled they were to be classed as collectives and therefore must be regulated.
How an IFA uncovered a multi-million pound trading scandal
Matthew Ames, son of troubled overseas property company Harlequin's chairman David Ames, has been found guilty of two counts of defrauding investors.
Two fifths of pension schemes are open to investing in alternative asset classes to reduce their portfolio risk, according to Aon Hewitt, increasing their need for advice in this area.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has begun paying out the claims of investors who put money into contracts for difference (CfD) with trader Direct Sharedeal.
Harlequin Property, a UK-based overseas property sales agent that is not regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA), is having problems issuing payments due under the terms of its agreement.
Advisers need to look at the product first and the client second when they are doing due diligence to meet the "very high" standards the Financial Services Authority (FSA) expects, according to Regulatory Legal, a law firm specialising in financial services...