17 November 2011
At this time of year particularly, we recognise the need to find a workable peace and a way of living together.
How long does it take for financial habits to change? We are about to find out.
We still await the tipping point or ERM moment.
Love democratisation. Fear the honeytrap, says Nucleus boss.
The Money Marketing Service Monitor launches early next month.
As the unexpected becomes the norm, keeping the client at the centre is the answer.
The latest HMRC guidelines aim to clear up VAT confusion
Will Mowatt looks at the transferable skills between actuary and adviser.
Trade body names Royal London Asset Management’s Robert Talbut as chairman of its investment committee.
Aegon says it is operating a cash-rebate model on its at-retirement platform.
SSAS providers could be forced to link past and future scheme pension payments to the limited price index measure of inflation.
UK Wealth Management discretionary manager Jeremy Dufton is leaving to join Cardale Asset Management as associate director.
Industry fears are growing that Chancellor George Osborne is planning tax relief changes.
The FSA says HM Revenue & Customs’ draft guidance on adviser-charging and VAT is contradictory and should be revisited.
JO Hambro says it is planning to launch a long/short fund but has ruled out entering the fixed-income or absolute return sector.
Last week I travelled some of the length and a little of the breadth of the country as the IQ Autumn Roadshow
Retail investors are avoiding Europe as the majority of funds in the three IMA sectors have experienced outflows over the past three and six months.
MetLife is considering launching an asset management business in the UK as part of ambitious growth plans.
Money Marketing is asking readers to help create an online service monitor to offer advisers ongoing data on provider service standards.
Tilney Asset Management’s Guernsey-domiciled £79.5m British real estate fund has gone bust.
The Chartered Insurance Institute has not had a single candidate for its QCF level four alternative assessment since its launch in May.
Insurers are at loggerheads over proposals to introduce an automated pension transfer system as part of Government plans to consolidate small pension pots.
The gap between the best and worst-performing funds is wider in the cautious managed sector than in global equities, according to Thames River.
There was a sharp intake of breath when those who work in financial services read what the FSA recently told a Parliamentary committee.
Ascentric has stopped accepting US clients as a result of uncertainty over the foreign account tax compliance act.
OUr oanel discuss new products, the prospect of mandatory protection and TV adverts.
Attracting high-quality staff from the private sector to deliver the new judgement-based approach to regulation is proving difficult.
Money Marketing has five copies of Ken Fisher’s new book, Markets Never Forget, to give away to our readers.
UK RMBSs have held up well compared with US issues but the eurozone crisis means confidence in the market could be on the wane. Paul Thomas reports