New Worldwide Financial Planning managing director on getting his feet under the table and keeping robos in their place
Platforms are the most likely players to flourish in the post-pension freedoms market, according to advisers polled by consultancy firm AKG. The online survey of 100 advisers conducted in March looks at how advisers are dealing with the opportunities and challenges of pension freedoms. It is one of three studies that forms part of a […]
Clients who received the Financial Services Compensation Scheme’s maximum compensation amount after being defrauded by Norwich-based IFA Taylor and Taylor may receive further payouts. In an update on the case today, the FSCS said those with losses that exceeded the amount police were able to retrieve from the firm could still approach it to cover […]
The East of England is the region where people have experienced the highest percentage of scam attempts on their pensions or investments over the past 12 months, the FCA says. Its latest Financial Lives survey published today looks at the financial situation of people across the UK and highlights where people may be more vulnerable. The […]
The final stages of a sell-off can be the most interesting, says Simon Edelsten, manager of the Global Select Fund. It is not a matter of calling the ‘bottom’. Instead, investors should focus on selected stocks’ prospects over the longer term.
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