Around two-thirds of advisers are in favour of doing their own transfer value analysis reports in-house, according to a Money Marketing survey. Less than 30 per cent said that advisers should not conduct their own reports, while 8 per cent remained unsure. At least five firms including LV=, Pru, Standard Life, Old Mutual Wealth and Scottish […]
Openwork has renewed a tie-up with Newcastle Financial Advisers for a further five years. Openwork, then called Zurich Advice Network, joined with Newcastle Financial Advisers, a subsidiary of Newcastle Building Society, in 2003. It then extended the contract in 2013. Newcastle Financial Advisers currently has 26 advisers. According to Openwork, it has been the network’s largest investment […]
Steve Webb, Director of Policy and External Communications Our latest policy paper looks at the potential impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increase, and how to help your clients. The first phase of automatic enrolment has been a huge success. One million employers have automatically enrolled around nine million workers into a workplace pension. When […]
With the dashboard fast becoming a dead duck, advisers must look at other ways to provide clients with a detailed view of their financial affairs If the pensions dashboard project is to be hijacked by the new single guidance body – as looks likely – what other options do advisers have to provide clients with […]
By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager and CEO
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