The Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR) could herald the return of banks and product providers offering mass-market advice propositions, Sesame Bankhall Group (SBG) executive chairman John Cowan has said.
Cowan said the FAMR is likely to bring forth ‘safe harbour' products to be distributed by banks and insurers. He said full regulated advice cost about £150 per hour and was too expensive for people...
More than half of people over the age of 55 see financial security as a top priority in retirement, yet a third allocate more time to buying a new car, research from Legal & General (L&G) has found.
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