Customer services director David Beattie appointed to head up non-advised channel.
Nucleus saw £965m inflows, up 15 per cent from £837m in 2013 and also moved onto new Bravura Solutions platform Sonata.
Insurer to develop a range of Isas as part of £100m plans to diversify away from annuities.
Insurer to develop a platform and a range of Isas as part of £100m plans to diversify away from annuities.
Rival platforms have recently moved to reduce drawdown charges post-Budget.
Freddie Findlater has been with consultancy since 2008.
Platform provider FNZ chief operating officer David Page has left the firm following a management restructure.
The star manager’s newly launched equity income fund took the top spot as the most popular actively managed fund on the ATS platform.
Vine-Lott leaves his role with immediate effect after 13 years at the trade body.
Old Mutual Wealth business sees pre tax profit increase 11 per cent.
Friends Life group chief executive Andy Briggs says the company plans to boost its direct-to-consumer proposition following the Budget announcement.
Firm elso eyeing equity release launch and will expand drawdown post-Budget
Minimum fee now set at £1 and maximum at £10.
Net inflows on the platform are up 8 per cent to £1.1bn.
Elevate and AJ Bell also seeking to adjust charges.
£100 fee removed from platform drawdown cost from September.
Jon Taylor will replace Hugo Thorman in January next year.
Turnover increased 57 per cent to £5.3m in year to March 2014.
The FundsNetwork platform is legally owned by the Bermuda-domiciled FIL Ltd.
Application designed to allow advisers to record CPD.
Money Marketing reveals the vulnerabilities in some platforms’ security systems
Provider introduces fully paperless process powered by TOMAS.
Electronic re-registration attempts falter on data mismatch
Alan Ferguson joins Zurich platform.
Price reduction follows overhaul of Sipp fees in June.
The latest concern over the future of UK customers on Scottish-based platforms reveals why major uncertainties around independence are not just for financial services north of the border.
SNP finance and treasury spokesman Stewart Hosie and Labour shadow pensions minister Gregg McClymont put forward competing arguments for and against a Yes vote.
Helm Godfrey’s Bruce Wilson leaves platform.
Thematic review finds that comparison sites are leading consumers to focus on price over cover.
James Colquhoun joins the technology firm from AOL where he held the role of chief financial officer for European operations.
Final rules dismiss unbreakable FTDs from Isas, forcing platforms to review plans.
“Opportunities for us to develop tools whether it be on a simplified advice basis or on a non-advised basis”.
Regulator also suggests levels of due diligence on potential products was “varied” across the industry.
D2C platforms criticised for pre-filling application forms with fund choices.
Direct-to-consumer platform forms part of ongoing strategy shift.
Top two charging tiers merged, meaning assets up to £100,000 will now be charged at 0.35 per cent.
Rise of mobile banking means branch numbers will continue to fall, says BBA chief.
New cash savings products and improved rates on cash in Isa wrappers
Platform took a 15 per cent stake in Sprint in May.
Planning tool to be tested with advisers.