The Money Marketing Profile
Sue Lewis on delivering the Budget's retirement advice plan and why the independent and restricted labels are meaningless
The FCA’s Consumer Panel chair shares her views on how to make the Budget pension reforms work for consumers – and has some strong words for advisers
Pensions minister Steve Webb discusses the challenges of coalition Government and the big pensions challenge for the next pensions minister.
Money Marketing’s Outstanding Contribution to the Industry award winner recalls life before regulation.
Prydis Wealth managing director has big plans to grow his traditional financial advice business but also has grand plans for the direct to consumer market.
Genworth Europe’s Simon Crone says the private industry can step in when Help to Buy bows out and says he has plans to expand into the European market.
Principal Financial Solutions director Chris Daems talks about building client relationships through blogs, being a double winner at the Unbiased awards and advising on auto-enrolment
Unbiased.co.uk chief executive Karen Barrett says today’s advisers cannot ignore technology and need to be multi-media aware. Interview by Amanda Newman Smith
Greater efficiency and integrated systems will enable advisers to serve the mass affluent, says Distribution Technology’s chief executive.
The clients of tomorrow will be more self-sufficient, says Capita Financial Software managing director Adam Byford.
Father and daugther Stanley and Penny Lovell have both carved out successful careers in financial services and it looks a third generation is just waiting to carry on the family tradition.
It’s full steam ahead for MGM Advantage chief executive Chris Evans as head of a fully fledged life company
Last week’s announcements likely to have a huge impact on the advice sector.
Investment bonds seem to have fallen out of favour since the RDR but for the right clients they still have their attractions.
Trade body argues advisers have made a lot of RDR progress in a short space of time.
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The Budget reforms are good for financial advice but the business needs a period of calm to let all the recent changes bed in.
Advisers are fed up with all the infighting and divisive comment around their choice of investment service.