I am writing with regard to Towry Law tearing up its Aifa membership. I was already nervous about the future of the IFA world but now I am really concerned How on earth will Aifa cope without a forwardthinking “giant of the industry” such as the chief executive of Towry Law? Previously, I always thought […]
Despite the banking markets crisis and the collapse of Northern Rock’s share price, 42 per cent of investors are confident that the stock market will perform well over the next three months, says Brewin Dolphin.
Arguing that the eurozone crisis is over, watch Rob Burnett, head of European equities at Neptune, discuss the sectors that he’s investing in to harness the recovery.
In the video, Burnett addresses the following:
• The primary drivers of the eurozone’s economic recovery • The turnaround in individual countries’ current accounts • Sectors best positioned to harness the recovery, without offering undue exposure to risk
I have recently completed training to become a certified money coach: it is an area we are developing to complement our traditional advice service. One of the exercises is to imagine you are floating in a small boat through time. We ask you to consider where you want to land and what you might find […]
Quilter Financial Adviser School will now offer the Level 6 Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning as part of new offerings announced as it rebrands. Formerly called the Financial Adviser School, QFAS will offer the Level 6 qualification to the whole of market. The first cohort for the Level 6 programme began last week and includes […]
Two directors at St James’s Place have increased the shares they own in the company. SJP investments managing director David Lamb and partnership managing director Ian Gascoigne have both bought £8,996 worth of the company’s shares, according to a London Stock Exchange notice. Lamb and Gascoigne bought 993 ordinary shares of 15p each at a price of […]