Trade tensions and a strong dollar mean problems in Turkey may be just the tip of the iceberg In the middle of August, emerging market equities officially moved into bear market territory, with the MSCI Global Emerging Market futures index falling 20 per cent from its late January peak. The trigger for the most recent […]
AFH chief executive Alan Hudson on leading the industry’s most prolific advice firm consolidator After announcing four acquisitions in just two weeks earlier this month, AFH chief executive Alan Hudson knows the market has questions about the sustainability of the group’s success. AFH is becoming a mainstay of adviser-press headlines as it continues buying up […]
Tracey Miller – Marketing Consultant, Royal London No one wants to think about how they’ll pay the bills if they’re sick or injured and can’t work. And that’s especially true when you’re in your 20s and getting sick is something that only ever happens to ‘old’ people, never someone like you. Unfortunately, for one of my […]
With the first baby-boomers now reaching their 70s, what will they need for their future? Approximately one in four older people (possibly one per couple) will need money in later life to pay for care. Final salary-type pensions or annuities are not designed for that. The huge baby-boomer demographic means the number of over-85s is […]
This year looks set to bring a new danger for pension savers and their employers.
- Top trends
- Top trends
- Paul Lewis: The NI sting depriving 1950s women of their state pensions
- Savers lose nearly half of pension through transferring out
- Aegon wins complaint over forcing transfer client to get advice
- What’s up the chancellor’s sleeve as the Budget nears?
- FCA evidence throws Sipp provider court case into doubt
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