The FSA fine imposed on former Millfield chief executive Paul Tebbutt could herald a wider clampdown on senior managers by the regulator’s enforcement division, says a specialist financial law firm. TLT Solicitors head of financial services regulation Philip Ryley says the FSA’s transition to principle-based regulation and its treating customers Fairly regime are leading to […]
The Department for Communities and Local Government has hired consultants to shake up home inspector exams to ensure that enough people pass by next June, Money Marketing understands. The move follows industry concerns that not enough home inspectors will be trained in time for a full rollout in June 2007. The Government estimates around 7,000 […]
As most children of my era would admit, cowboys and indians was a common pastime and the landscape of Glasgow had to be mentally edited so that the sight of giant cactuses was in mind when not necessarily in the line of sight.
By Fiona Tait, Pensions Specialist Ros Altmann reportedly hoped for more product innovation following pension freedom¹ and, according to one poll, 66 per cent of advisers also believe that providers should be doing more². This article considers whether there is a real client need for new products, or whether we should be focusing our attention on efficient delivery […]
The Pensions Regulator has appointed Charles Counsell as its new chief executive to replace departing head Lesley Titcomb. Counsell will begin work at the start of April 2019 and joins from the Money Advice Service where he is currently chief executive. He was previously executive director of automatic enrolment at TPR and led the delivery […]
This year has seen turbulent markets, global political strife and even more legislation, as Mifid II came into force. Here, three industry experts look back on the year and discuss what have been the key issues investors have faced. Macroeconomics Julian Chillingworth, chief investment officer at Rathbone Unit Trust Management Efforts by president Donald Trump – a […]