Former chancellor George Osborne is set to become an honorary professor of economics at the University of Manchester, taking on his sixth role since leaving the Treasury.
According to a report in the Financial Times, Osborne (pictured) revealed the news to staff in an email this morning. He will start the unpaid position in July. Osborne was appointed editor of the London...
Filling Christopher Woodlard’s shoes
Dominic Sanzari, 26, was an unhappy accountant but now he's an ecstatic associate financial planner. Here he explains how the Succession Wealth graduate programme enabled his dream to become reality
Taking up role on 1 March
Wealth manager with advice arm
Replaced by Robin Beer
Criticism of FCA register post SMCR
For the first time in a quite a while we have a certain degree of political certainty, writes Jack Rose. And, with that clarity, perhaps a clearer picture of the road ahead…
Added to Asia and luxury spending holdings in UK and global equity funds
It's The Pro Adviser Podcast
While tax planning is relatively easy where investments are held in an individual’s own name, on Valentine's Day Neil MacGillivray says great care is needed when it comes to jointly held investments between spouses...