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Garry Heath to launch adviser trade body

Former IFA Association director general Garry Heath is to launch a new adviser trade body, Money Marketing can reveal. The trade body will be open to wealth managers and independent and restricted advisers, and is set to launch next month.  Heath says there is a “considerable team” behind the organisation. He says: “We are going […]

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Chris Hannant: Make the voice of advisers heard at the election

After what seems like never ending preliminaries, the general election campaign is now in full swing. When it comes to the outcome the only thing certain is that no one really knows what is going to happen. With the impact the smaller parties are having, we are looking at a wide range of different outcomes […]

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Will mandatory ‘cooling-off’ periods protect savers from pension scammers?

Labour plans to introduce mandatory “cooling-off” periods for defined contribution pension savers may not be enough to protect people from fraudsters, experts warn. The party says the rules would come into action when customers approach, or are approached by, a provider on how to invest their savings. It adds that the requirement would only apply […]

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