Sanlam UK has revealed ambitious plans to grow to 1,000 advisers over the next two years. Speaking at the Money Marketing Interactive conference yeasterday, Sanlam UK group chief executive Jonathan Polin said the wealth manager is also planning to invest directly into stocks and bonds in an attempt to cut costs. The vertically integrated firm currently […]
Bravura chief technology officer on how the sci-fi of his teenage years has come to pass Bravura chief technology officer Nick Parsons always envisaged a career in the tech world. What was less foreseeable when making the decision to study computing and electronics, was that some of the plot lines from his favourite science fiction […]
Following a history of shareholder unrest around their pay structure, Weir has introduced a new Restricted Share Awards plan. Ashley Hamilton Claxton, Head of Responsible Investment at Royal London Asset Management shares her professional opinion on this latest remuneration related move by the company. Read the article here. Past performance is not a guide to […]
The government should set pension tax relief at 28 per cent to make the retirement system fairer and help millennials save for later life, according to a think tank. In a report published today, the Resolution Foundation also proposes capping tax-free cash at £40,000 and the state pension triple-lock to be replaced by a double-lock. […]
Earlier this year, Jelf Employee Benefits mentioned that the then minister for pensions was openly discussing the need for an increase in the minimum level of auto-enrolment pension contributions.
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