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Advisers frustrated by LEI applications under Mifid II

Advisers have been urged to shop around if they need a Legal Entity Identifier under Mifid II as fears have been raised that scam companies could take advantage of the market. LEIs will be required where the client is not an individual, for example if they are acting under a legal entity or structure such […]

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Financial jargon putting women off investing

Adviser’s overuse of financial jargon, a lack of confidence, and an increased perception of risk have led to a disparity in the uptake of investment advice between men and women, research from HSBC shows. The HSBC data shows women are more likely to think their friends and family do not want to talk about investing, […]

NMBA opens apprenticeship applications

The New Model Business Academy is opening applications for its apprenticeship programme this week. NMBA, part of SimplyBiz Group, was included on the register of apprenticeship training providers in March last year. In December, it received funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency. SimplyBiz chair Ken Davy says the Government funding was lower than […]

Peeling back the layers: The Mifid II effect on fund of fund fees

Firms that offer multi-manager funds have defended their strategies following mounting pressure on the industry in light of new cost disclosure rules. Concerns exist that multi-manager funds, which are by nature more expensive than single strategy funds, would have even higher costs when transaction fees are put under the spotlight.Money Marketing has analysed some of […]

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