News and Analysis
This edition covers developments during November 2014.
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|Lloyds rejects broker panel removal appeal||3||26 February 2015 1:01 pm|
|ABI chairman: Legacy of commission is 'open sore' that undermines consumer trust||16||26 February 2015 11:05 am|
|Webb turns screw on providers over legacy charges||9||26 February 2015 10:22 am|
|FOS upholds 74% of Lloyds complaints||3||26 February 2015 9:32 am|
|Xafinity launches low-cost Sipp with two investment accounts||1||26 February 2015 7:56 am|
|View from KPMG: What next for pension savings?||1||26 February 2015 6:28 am|
|Alliance Trust Savings scraps drawdown set-up fees||2||25 February 2015 7:13 pm|
|Cherry picking and systemic weaknesses: Why Aviva Investors was fined £17.6m||2||25 February 2015 7:11 pm|
|Danby Bloch: Filling up on the pensioner bonds bribe||2||25 February 2015 5:19 pm|
|Labour to roll allowances into 50% banker bonus tax||9||25 February 2015 4:23 pm|
|Apfa calls for audit of 'unacceptable' FSCS costs||13||25 February 2015 3:32 pm|
|Apfa: Lack of long-stop may be abuse of power||16||25 February 2015 1:46 pm|
|FOS reveals most complained about adviser firms||9||25 February 2015 1:02 pm|
|Dennis Hall: New advice firms need deep pockets||2||25 February 2015 11:11 am|
|Tony Wickenden: The mark of a good taxpayer||2||25 February 2015 8:15 am|
|Labour 'could slash lifetime allowance to fund tuition fee cuts'||9||24 February 2015 5:20 pm|
|FCA fines Aviva Investors £17.6m over conflicts of interest failings||1||24 February 2015 2:03 pm|
|Development focus: Don’t bury your head in the sand||5||24 February 2015 1:13 pm|
|Lisa Winnard: A call for women in financial services||6||24 February 2015 12:44 pm|
|Neil Woodford: QE just makes the asset-rich richer||5||24 February 2015 12:12 pm|
Savers on benefits are in danger of slipping through the cracks of the new pension freedoms by taking cash and losing their entitlements to state help.
Fears grow that the Government’s guidance guarantee could collapse under initial demand and create a guidance “lottery” with savers getting different levels of service.
Following FCA chief Martin Wheatley’s concerns around contingent charging, Money Marketing examines who charges what for advice and explores how fee models are set to become a key regulatory battleground.
In the first of a regular series, Neil Woodford looks at why equities should not be viewed as “the bond market’s idiot kid brother”.
Has the FCA done enough to protect consumers with its pension freedoms ‘second line of defence’ rules?