FTSE rebounds after Leave vote as US markets fall

US markets have opened more than 2 per cent lower following the UK’s decision to leave the EU, however, the FTSE has rebounded to regain much of its previous losses. The S&P 500 has dropped 2.26 per cent in trading so far, seeing the sharp selloff following the UK referendum. In particular financials and technology sectors have […]

Debbie Abrahams

Labour appoints new shadow pensions secretary

Labour has appointed Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams as its shadow secretary of state for work and pensions. She replaces Owen Smith, who resigned from the post earlier this week as part of the rebellion against leader Jeremy Corbyn. Abrahams sat on the work and pensions committee between June 2011 and March 2015. […]

Chris Davies: Breaking down the barriers to consumer engagement

We recently hosted our spring symposium focusing on the journey from the RDR to the Financial Advice Market Review and providing consumers with a voice via technology, product and service design. Our research found five key areas that act as barriers to consumer engagement but which should be viewed as opportunities by the financial services […]

Best Corporate Adviser: Aon

It was not size that persuaded the judging panel to name Aon Best Corporate Adviser, but the way the firm had marshalled its many resources to deliver a first grade corporate benefits engagement package that delivers both for employers and employees. As well as developing impressive benchmarking and risk forecasting propositions, Aon has implemented its […]


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