Companies believe the responsibility to deliver financial education to their employees sits firmly with the government, research has found, with only 3% of employers recognising that financial advisers might be involved in the process.
The research, conducted by independent financial and corporate adviser Chase de Vere in conjunction with research company Lightbulb, involved the analysis of 2,500 business records, which were deemed representative...
Royal assent soon
Only one in ten opt for an annuity
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) will ban the charging of flat fees on auto-enrolment (AE) pots valued at or below £100 and launch work on how to standardise cost and charges reporting.
Third highest monthly figure since 1993
'Cannot normalise this level of loss'
There is no shortage of IFA firms looking to sell up, writes Daniel Baade. However, the big question is how to finance the acquisition of IFA or wealth management firms...
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