Justin Cash, Editor of Money Marketing

Editor’s note: Advice is more than just a commercial exercise

In the public’s perception, “finance” is a completely homogenous sector. I imagine financial planners’ frustration at being confused with Square Mile traders is only rivalled by my resentment at being lumped in with gossip columnists. Individual advisers are doing a brilliant job attempting to redress that balance. But concerted effort is needed to improve the […]

Phil Wickenden: Doing the maths on the future of IHT

The Chancellor has indicated that IHT needs simplifying but what would this mean for tax planning? There are plenty of things in this world that people don’t understand because, hey, the world is a confusing place. But we can always take solace in the fact that there are some really simple concepts and ideas out there that […]

Platform costs

How low can platform costs go?

Will technology drive fees below 10 basis points? Downward pressure on fees and charges has been affecting all corners of the retail investment market, with experts now questioning exactly how low pricing can go when it comes to adviser platforms. However, finding efficiencies must be balanced with the ability to run a viable business, as […]

Mike Fox, Royal London Asset Management

Sustainable investing: what’s RLAM’s approach?

Mike Fox describes RLAM’s approach to sustainable investing, highlighting the inherently flexible nature of our offering, comprising a suite of products that span the asset class mix. He also shares insights into how the team integrate sustainability into their investment decisions. Watch the video here Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The […]


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