Resolution chief executive Gavin Stewart piped in the haggis at the firm’s massive Burns Night bash. The haggis was not to everyone’s taste. Thankfully, Resolution kindly supplied ample whiskey to take the taste away.
Advisers’ FSA fees will rise by an average of 10 per cent to educate the regulator’s staff about the move to principle-based regulation, fund its IT outsourcing and bankroll its financial capability work.Aifa says the inflation-busting hike makes a mockery of the stated aim of the move to principles – to reduce the regulatory burden […]
SimplyBiz has bought Glasgow-based adviser services provider Compliance First in a deal that sees it increase its adviser client base by a third.Around 1,000 registered individuals, representing 205 adviser firms, use Compliance First, giving the combined group 4,000 advisers.Compliance First was owned by managing director Eric Ronald and another unnamed individual. The purchase price has […]
By Jamie Clark, Business Development Manager, Royal London Recent articles in the media have raised concerns about the new pension freedoms. One perceived problem is that across the industry, trustees and providers are not necessarily allowing people to take full advantage of the pension freedoms in situ. This is backed up by a recent survey by […]
National IFA LEBC is calling for technology to help older vulnerable clients handle their finances if their partner becomes critically ill or passes away. LEBC says there is a need to promote financial capability in older couples and it has been shortlisted for an award where it could win the backing of a tech provider […]