Mattioli Woods chief executive says a greater focus on costs caused by the RDR will lead to consolidation in the financial adviser market and the end of the small IFA.
IFP interim chief executive Steve Gazzard explains why doing nothing to financially educate consumers is unacceptable.
Personal Finance Education Group chief executive Tracey Bleakley explains why she does not want to go into politics
As he approaches the end of his first year as chief executive, Andy Clark is determined that HSBC Global Asset Management will play to its strengths.
Shadow housing minister Emma Reynolds was promoted to the shadow cabinet last month and already has big plans for her new role
Chris Hannant on foreseeing the recession and negotiating with the regulator
Ambitious about expansion, Peter Mann explains his vision for Old Mutual Wealth, where he recently became vice-chairman.
From managing a pop band to insuring a Mafia hitman, few people in financial services have had a career as interesting or varied as life insurance salesman Peter Rosengard.
The new Personal Finance Society president talks about improving professionalism in the industry and winning consumers’ trust
Apcims deputy chief executive says the current definition of independence means many of its members are unable to use the label. Interview by Amanda Newman Smith.
Threadneedle CIO Mark Burgess says marrying stock selection with a broader economic view has played into the firms hands in recent years.
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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