Aviva’s platform has reported a loss of more than £13m in 2017, according to results filed to Companies House. While the loss is an improvement from the £18.7m reported in 2016 on the back of higher revenue from increased assets under administration, the results come amid a glitch-ridden technology upgrade for the platform. Revenue in 2017 […]
The FCA has been urged not to place an outright ban on contingent charging by some of its internal advisers. Money Marketing understands members of both the FCA’s smaller business practitioner panel and wider practitioner panel – two industry groups set up to advise the regulator – have put pressure on the FCA not to […]
Old Mutual Wealth is expecting to list on the London Stock Exchange as Quilter on 25 June, according to an investor prospectus, as the chief executive of parent company Old Mutual has resigned. Bruce Hemphill, who has been Old Mutual group chief executive since November 2015, resigned from the boards of Old Mutual Group and […]
The Liberal Democrats have branded the government’s decision to delay a pot follows member pension system “incompetent”. The Liberal Democrat spokesman for work and pensions Stephen Lloyd MP says the move by pensions minister Guy Opperman shows how “rudderless” the current government is on pensions policy. Last October Opperman suggested the pot follows member initiative […]
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