The industry is sending out the wrong message on pensions Pension saving has responded well to behavioural nudges from auto-enrolment. Now we should build on this success. Millions more people are putting money aside for their retirement, which could offer exciting opportunities for advisers and pension providers. But capitalising on this situation requires new thinking. […]
Advisers need to have a better grasp of how long clients will live in order to make successful retirement plans, according to research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies. A report published today compares how long people expect to live with the Office for National Statistics’ survival rates. The study reveals large and systematic biases […]
The City of London Police has launched a criminal investigation into Kingsbridge Asset Management over allegations of fraud. In 2015, Kingsbridge advisers David McKee and Kevin McMenamin were thrust into the spotlight after reports they earned more than £5m from recommending film scheme investments worth a total of £100m to some of the biggest names […]
Last week was Adult Learner’s Week, a celebration of lifelong learning and continued education. But why should education stop after school?
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