Why is it the protection world just cannot seem to crack consumer engagement? Some well-known friends and colleagues have retired this year. I enjoyed the gatherings to celebrate their success, but it also made me reflect on what has (and has not) changed over the last 25 years. First to hang up his rate […]
FAMR working group member and Keyte Chartered Financial Planners director on the ongoing battle to widen access to advice
Fund managers who have helped pay compensation over the collapse of life settlement bond provider Keydata will receive a £12m refund, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme has announced. Keydata’s management has been embroiled in a multi-million-pound legal battle with the FCA since it collapsed in 2009. The total bill for compensation stands at more than […]
Aegon has confirmed it will resume electronic transfers to PensionBee, providing it gets “personal assurances” from the directors of the company about key aspects of transfer process. In a statement Aegon says: “We are seeking assurance from PensionBee that they always capture clear authority from clients to carry out the transfer, and that they provide […]
The insurer UNUM has just published a new report on The Future of Employee Benefits, which makes an interesting read for anyone considering reshaping their existing remuneration package.
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