SIFA Conference 2019
SIFA conference 2017
Almost 20% not confident on IHT - research
‘Outcomes-focused' training to replace current regime this autumn
Prepare - Part 1
Technology and outsourcing are helping all professional ‘work smarter'
What's the Problem?
The first step for advisers aiming to establish professional connections
Relaxation of SRA rules a further reason to consider professional tie-up
A solicitor who masterminded the now collapsed £120m Axiom Legal Financing fund has been struck off for "serious and continued" misconduct at one of the main law firms that received money from the fund.
Five ways family lawyers and financial advisers can help each other's businesses
Retirement Planner's round-up of the top pension stories this week.
Ascentric has added Lex Futura's online legal products to its range of additional services available to intermediaries.
People who fail to make a will could leave their loved ones with a hefty inheritance tax bill, website Unbiased has warned.
Firms offering restricted advice are spreading "propaganda" about the apparent difficulties of meeting the Financial Services Authority's (FSA's) new independence rules, according to consultant David Severn, a former head of investment business policy...
The Law Society has urged the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to rethink proposals to allow referrals to restricted advisers, warning of a 'clear risk' to law firms.
Independent network Sense has become the first network to negotiate a deal with SIFA Professional.
A change to the way in which financial advisers working within solicitors firms are regulated could force law firms to shut down their financial services businesses, a solicitor said.
Helen Morrissey looks at why many people don't consider estate planning and asks what advisers can do to tackle this lack of awareness
The Legal Ombudsman said it is unable to help thousands of people in disputes over unregulated services such as will writing and family law.
A firm of solicitors which claimed people who need their homes converted to live independently must use a law firm for advice has been slapped on the wrist by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Relationships between IFAs and solicitors could be damaged by a lack of knowledge of unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS).