Openwork has done a deal with Dudley Building Society (DBS) that will see customers of the lender introduced to the network's financial planners.
Adviser firm Westminster Wealth Management has launched a dedicated divorce service to add to its financial planning business.
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Over a third of active market investors who have bought services from an IFA in the past five years say they will "never" consider paid for investment advice in the future, according to research.
Long standing clients probably already know the value you offer them - but how about when it comes to convincing prospective clients? IFA Midlands Investment Agency breaks down what you should be telling them into 12 easy pieces.
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Fiona Murphy asks IFAs how government austerity measures have affected clients' retirement planning.
More warnings about fund fees, a growing controversy around JISAs and an explanation of financial planning - five things the nationals have thrown up that your clients will call you about this week.
The Labour government was rightly derided for many things, but one event that happened under its watch should be applauded: the introduction of the Freedom of Information Act.
A financial adviser and a former banker have launched a financial planning tool which projects retirement incomes.
A London-based Chartered Financial Planner has been appointed secretary of international financial planning association the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT).
IFAonline asked three advisers which book, if any, they would recommend as a starting point for clients interested in the world of finance.
A study assessing the strengths and weaknesses of a range of financial planning tools available to advisers has been published.
Simmering debate about whether a financial planner offers better value to clients than a financial adviser "is completely misleading and sterile", according to threesixty head of business consultancy Phil Billingham.
In a new video, Serenity Financial Planning explains the concept of financial life planning to consumers.
Claims young people have a less-than-favourable view of financial advisers has sparked debate on whether appealing to teenagers and people in their 20s is in advisers' interests.
Jamie Jenkins, head of strategy and proposition at Standard Life, reveals how employers are under more pressure than ever to help employees achieve long term financial security.
Alistair Cunningham, director of Wingate Financial Planning, says starting with a blank canvas has helped his firm embrace the changes RDR will bring