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HFMC Wealth has bought Hertfordshire IFA Generic Financial Management adding £150m in assets under advice to the business. HFMC, which has offices in London and Weybridge, acquired the firm for up to £3m. Two directors at Generic, David Verney and Marc Ruse, will become private client directors at HFMC. Managing director Paul Thomas will lead […]
The choice between employment or self-employment needs careful consideration by advisers and the firms employing them. A lot of debate has taken place over the years regarding the relative merits of advisers being self-employed versus employed. This article highlights some of the issues that I think need to be considered and confronts some of what […]
Experts have warned that mandating how advisers charge could leave certain clients worse off. Speaking at the Money Marketing Interactive event in Harrogate earlier this month, CWC Research managing director Clive Waller, Threesixty Services managing director Russell Facer, and Informed Financial Planning managing director Kevin Ferriby agreed that in order to avoid conflicts of interest in advice, […]
The amount savers have contributed above the annual allowance on pensions has more than tripled in the last year. Figures released this morning by HM Revenue and Customs show that for the 2015/16 tax year, total annual allowance breaches came in at £179m. This has now jumped to £561m in 2016/17, the year the tapered […]
Trevor Greetham, head of Multi Asset at Royal London Asset Management, comments on the UK general election result and its impact on markets. Read the article here The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount […]
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