Personal Finance Society (PFS) chief executive Keith Richards has said a relaxation on capital adequacy (cap ad) rules amid the coronavirus outbreak could leave firms more vulnerable to unforeseen financial impact in the future.
In a column for Professional Adviser published this morning (18 March), Smith & Pinching Chartered financial planner and director Carl Lamb said the regulator could help the sector amid the Covid-19 pandemic...
For smaller and medium firms
Risking SM&CR breaches
Expanding the 'regulatory perimeter'
EU review to be completed this year
Part of raft of proposals to increase visability of SRI to retail investors
For a long time, the road to retirement followed a familiar path. Individuals saved up for a pension during their working life in order to retire at a set age; usually around 65. This path has shifted, however.
Completes legal process
Scepticism towards companies' commitments
GDP falls 2.6% in November