Godfrey’s pay packet is a 21 per cent increase on predecessor Richard Saunders’ £386,000 pay in 2012.
Scottish Financial Enterprise chief executive Owen Kelly said more devolved powers around tax could make Scotland a “very competitive” part of the UK.
Royal Bank of Scotland up 3.5 per cent and Lloyds Banking Group share price rise 2 per cent at 9:05AM.
As Aviva prepares to return to face-to-face protection advice, are we about to see the direct salesforce make a comeback?
Former Millfield Partnership adviser David Pugh is starting his own company.
Sterling McCall acquired Key Benefits for £30,000 in May.
Harrogate County Court judgment follows payment dispute
Disproportionate cost for advisers undermines guidance proposals, says Apfa.
Insurers have held behind-closed-doors meetings about the political risk attached to Chancellor George Osborne’s pension revolution.
Transition to Openwork set to take place in November.
The group’s annual report shows FUM rose to £6.55bn from £5.11bn a year previous, with over £1bn driven by organic growth.
Axa will launch a three-part investment offering made up of the Architas risk-rated multi-asset proposition.
Sense Network has appointed commercial director Steve Young chairman of the company.
Software provides price estimates, underwritten quote comparisons and additional benefits at point of sale.
Architas cuts ongoing charge on multi-asset passive range and up front charge on its 0 per cent AMC share class.
Chadney Bulgin founder David Thomas takes over from David Ingram.
OECD has downgraded its forecast for most large economies.
The star manager warns that Devo Max powers for Scotland could mark the beginning of the “fragmentation of governance” within the UK.
Millard joins as investment director on its MyFolio fund solutions team.
Andy Peters to support trade body in recruitment.
News comes as Octopus signs an agreement with Novia to offer Octopus Inheritance Tax Service on the platform.
Investec is to sell its Irish intermediated mortgage business Start along with other Irish mortgages assets to an affiliate of private equity firm Lone Star Funds.
HM Revenue & Customs has permanently reinstated venture capital trust status to the Oxford Technology VCT and the Oxford Technology 3 VCT.
Profits fall on RDR and integration costs following acquisition.
Aviva Investors has outsourced management of its convertibles absolute return fund to a US firm, with the two fund managers moving with it.
Aim-listed AFH will pay up to £281,250 for Northampton-based firm Hindsight Financial Services.
Consumer trust in advisers unchanged in last decade, says Sue Lewis.
The chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management said he would not reveal his vote in the Scottish referendum on 18 September.
Turnover increased 77 per cent from £1.09m to £1.93m in year to end of March
Most of the largest UK banks operate at least one trading darkpool, with 12 of the intra-business trading systems regulated by the FCA.
Regulation sees events arm move away from provider sponsorship.
Firm increases its Sipp portfolio to around 2,975 schemes equalling around £1bn assets under administration.
Hirsch, who is chief executive of property investment company Raven Russia, joined the Liontrust board in 1999.
D2C giant says it hopes to attract more first-time investors.
Firms with overseas headquarters has risen by 12 per cent from 43 per cent over the last 10 years.
Fund re-registration firm Calastone has appointed BNY Mellon head of transfer agency for EMEA and Asia Pacific Jon Willis as chief commercial officer.
David Webster was previously workplace strategy business partner and head of commercial marketing at Standard Life.
Shares in some of Scotland’s leading financial institutions including Standard Life and RBS have fallen by as much as 3 per cent.
Matt Hudson takes on management of the Schroder UK Opportunities fund.
Charles Stanley has issued a profit warning whilst at the same time offloading the FP Matterley Undervalued Assets fund to Miton.