The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee has proposed a leverage ratio of up to 4.95 per cent by 2019, lower than expected.
Bennett joined the lender trade body in 2001 and was awarded an OBE in 2010.
Premier Asset Management is renaming four of its multi-asset funds to make their purpose clearer for investors.
Danish scheme suggests it entered the UK market on false pretences.
Advisers are increasingly picking platforms based on cost, creating a risk of poor quality service instead of value for money, The Platforum says.
Regulator has “serious concerns” investors’ pensions are at risk.
Foster Denovo has seen a string of high profile exits in recent months.
Income protection initiative set to launch next week.
Younger savers could ‘suffer’ unless easing continues.
The Bank of Japan has made the shock decision to boost the bank’s monetary easing programme
Data loss issues with Iress’s back office system have been left unresolved for over a year.
Group profits rise 26 per cent during the quarter.
Regulator said to still be looking for “scalps” to send message to industry on inducements.
Treasury says it wants to build an “in-depth evidence base” on buy-to-let.
Regulator believes some firms are looking to replace commission payments with other forms of remuneration, such as adviser charging.
Brokers have slammed the Labour Party after it revealed its proposed mansion tax last week.
Is the Good Money Week rebrand reflecting a broader trend?
Trusts are just one answer for IHT clients who do not want to lose control of or access to capital
A sharp Chinese growth disappointment will send surrounding economies falling with it, but a bet on Australian government bonds could be insurance enough to smooth it out, Threadneedle’s head of multi-asset allocation Toby Nangle says
In the coming weeks there are several factors which could help turn European sentiment and convince investors that Europe is moving in the right direction
Montage Portfolio Management managing director and portfolio manager Peter Montague says he still sees value in US markets
Political parties are considering big reforms of stamp duty and wealth taxes.
Industry experts say Japanese corporates offer attractive earnings growth and valuations despite worries over recent macroeconomic data
Donor-advised funds are big in the US but relatively new to the UK
Is the AF2 business financial planning exam more relevant to advisers than they think?
Our new cradle-to-grave fund supervision team will help us spot risks earlier.
Makeover consultancy Jigsaw Tree aims to get jaded advice firms running at optimum performance
Terms dictated to providers by Sesame are nothing short of jaw-dropping.
Sometimes looking outside our own industry makes it easier to understand the potential impact of technology in context.
Halifax is encouraging lower-quality lending and penalising the applicants it should be looking to help.
There is still time to turn around low guidance take-up.
The Government is hoping the voting public does not cotton on to the complexity contained within the small print of the Budget
Can Money Advice Service mark II deliver better financial education for consumers?
Mr Market has a habit of tripping us all up and 2014 has been no exception.
Europe appears to be borrowing more and more in an effort to rekindle growth but there are few signs this is working.
As soon as you mention the word “risk” to a new client, they start to get nervous
Life is hard but for those looking to make a living out of difficulty, opportunities abound.
Blooom is another example of a bricks-and-mortar US adviser recognising the opportunity offered by digital advice
The property market in China is more nuanced than people think
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Head of pensions strategy Jamie Jenkins talks capacity crunch and the role of advisers in auto-enrolment.
Pensions minister Steve Webb tells Sam Brodbeck about the future challenges facing auto-enrolment and new pensions freedoms.
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