Out of Context
“I was actually semi-naked at the time.”
“Make sure you’re wearing your special pants”
“We think of ourselves as a marriage maker, but broker is perhaps a better term”
“Then I do my Columbo close bit”
“I’m afraid in this case I’m Bernie Taupin”AJ Bell technical resources manager Gareth James reveals the extent of his relationship with head of platform technical Mike Morrison, aka Elton John
“We don’t want the horse before the cart”
“Nothing about the simple products project has been simple - it is the most ill-named project I have ever worked on.”
Independent pensions consultant John Ralfe considers a new religion based on the FCA’s thematic review into annuity sales practices.
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Money Marketing columnist Kim North on the anomalies of the Government’s death tax rules.
“It’s like finding cheese in the fruit and veg section - you wouldn’t expect it to be there”
In a mysterious case of potential identity fraud this week, WSJ has learnt pensions guru Robert Reid has unwittingly become a fan of recently formed “supergroup” McBusted.
“I’m back now – you can let my public know.”
“I nearly drove into a ditch just to prove him wrong.”
Out of context: “Stop watching it. You’re all excited for a minute or two and then it just leaves you cold and unhappy"
“Stop watching it. You’re all excited for a minute or two and then it just leaves you cold and unhappy.”