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FCA fines insurance broker £1.8m for bribery controls failings

19 December 2013 9:08 am | By Tom Selby

JLTSL failed to conduct proper due diligence before entering into a relationship with partners in other countries.

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Skandia head of wealth planning Colin Jelley leaves (again)

19 December 2013 | By Tom Selby

Jelley has left the provider by mutual consent.

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Skandia head of wealth planning Colin Jelley leaves (again)

12 December 2013 10:40 am | By Tom Selby

Jelley has left the provider by mutual consent.

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HMRC launches amnesty on pre-2008 Qrops transfers

28 November 2013 9:44 am | By Tom Selby

HMRC will not pursue investigations into transfers from a registered pension scheme to a scheme included on its Qrops list before 24 September 2008.

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Pru UK sales hit by RDR and annuity reforms

21 November 2013 | By Tom Selby

Prudential’s UK arm has reported a 12 per cent slump in sales during 2013.

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RL360° chief eyes acquisitions following management buyout

21 November 2013 | By Tom Selby

360° has been sold to private equity firm Vitruvian Partners for an undisclosed sum.

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RL360° chief eyes acquisitions following management buyout

15 November 2013 9:25 am | By Tom Selby

Royal London yesterday confirmed 360° had been sold to private equity firm Vitruvian Partners for an undisclosed sum.

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Royal London confirms sale of international arm

14 November 2013 4:37 pm | By Tom Selby

Royal London has confirmed plans its international division, Royal London 360°, for an undisclosed sum.

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Alan Lakey: Illogic is king in the mortgage market

27 August 2014

The old adage that “rules are for the guidance of wise men and the obedience of fools” has never been more appropriate.

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Five reasons why simplified advice could be set to fail

27 August 2014 | By Michael Glenister

Do those eyeing an online advice offering face a struggle?

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