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Advisers have expressed frustration at the wildly differing growth rates used by providers when estimating returns from different asset classes. CTC Software’s annual market review of growth rates shows the breadth of expected returns produced by 40 insurers, Sipp and wealth management firms. The FCA tells investment, life and pension providers how they calculate the […]

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Senior bankers “terrified” by accountability rules

City bankers are said to be “terrified” of new accountability rules which came into force this week. The new senior manager and certification regime came into effect for banks, building societies, credit unions and insurers on 7 March, and will be extended across financial services by 2018. However, according to the Financial Times, bank bosses […]

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