EU review to be completed this year
Part of raft of proposals to increase visability of SRI to retail investors
Passive equity funds ‘consistently’ outperforming active counterparts
Could reduce annual losses by up to £451m
Financial services deal unclear
Organisation led by Johnny Timpson
Need 'to act quickly'
'Post-modern era of regulation'
2p per ordinary share
Option for basic savings rate
Introduction of all-in-fee
Loch Ness monster fee reference made in 2016
Govt not pursuing equivalence
Calling for 'imaginative and creative' approach to negotiations
Risk of 'large, rapid' losses
Consultation closes on 22 December
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has said it does not expect to raise an interim levy in any sector this year, though CEO Mark Neale said he recognises this will come as "cold comfort" to some advisers.
Has one IFA's unusual hobby highlighted questionable FOS decisions?
Advisers are calling on regulators to introduce rules restricting the contact product providers can have with their clients.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is planning to update its rules for retail clients advised to buy offshore life insurance bonds, affording them greater protection.
Should RDR II resurrect the Man from the Pru?
Almost half of advisers believe the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is unfair when adjudicating on advice cases, research suggests.
The introduction of ‘safe harbour' legislation for financial advisers would be a welcome step towards rebalancing liability between advisers and clients, according to one stakeholder, after the government announced a major review looking at how advice...
Alastair Rush picks the areas he thinks the government's advice review should focus on...