Pensions minister Steve Webb may face an uphill battle to retain his seat in the Liberal Democrat stronghold of Thornbury & Yate after a Comres poll predicted support for the party in the South West is set to collapse. Webb was elected in 2010 with a majority of 14.8 per cent, and polls conducted by […]
One Friday night a few weeks ago, I was relaxing on the sofa when my work phone rang. The number was withheld and given the time I was tempted to leave it. But I picked up the call and I am so glad I did. Because it was a client. Her 40-year-old husband had died […]
“It’s all wrong”. This running joke at our office is based on a regularly occurring statement made by a former financial planner who would often exclaim everything was incorrect with a piece of work. When overreactions and blame are your speciality, it is easy to turn a drama into a crisis. But as I look […]
I like to help people. I can’t help myself, it is ingrained in me – initially from my parents, and then corporate training from the high street banks in my early career. Sometimes however, working in the financial services industry can be, how can I put this nicely, taxing. I am constantly surprised by a […]
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