Apfa has failed to submit a request to the National Audit Office to review the costs of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, despite publicly calling for it almost two months ago. In February, Apfa published a press release calling on the NAO to conduct a value for money audit on the FSCS’s strategic projects. The […]
Labour will reintroduce a tax dropped by Government to fund its plans to abolish the bedroom tax.
Insurers are calling on the Government to reverse its decision to ban them from bidding to buy back their own annuities. They say people selling their annuities will lose out unless the Government U-turns on its plan. In th Budget Chancellor George Osborne launched a consultation on creating a secondary annuity market to allow pensioners […]
What was your first job in financial services? I worked for a small consultancy business in Macclesfield, mainly focusing on compliance. It wasn’t always fun but I learned a lot about what good looks like. Describe your current role. I am managing director of threesixty. I spend most of my time talking to advisers, figuring […]
Re-enrolment is a sizeable task, and requires proper planning. You must ensure that eligible staff who are not already in your auto-enrolment pension scheme are put back into it.
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