Alistair Mackay, director of Lighthouse Group subsidiary Financial Services Advice and Support is to retire at the end of the year. Executive director Andrew Snowball will work alongside fellow co-founder Alan Pinkerton to form the management team.
It seems that my recent letter triggered an adverse response from some of your readers and I trust you will allow me to reply to the various comments made as my purpose is to unify IFAs, not alienate them.
National IFA Lighthouse has renewed its contract with 19,000 member organisation the Association of School and College Leaders to provide financial advice for a further three years. Lighthouse also works with union Unison, BA Clubs, the Royal College of Nursing and Prospect. It plans to target more affinity partnerships. Lighthouse chief executive Malcolm Streatfield says: “[The […]
Lloyds Banking Group is planning on running three separate subsidiaries in Europe after Brexit, according to reports. The group was expected to manage its continental European business in Berlin, but Reuters reports it now plans two additional hubs. The Financial Times says one is likely to be Frankfurt for its euro bond trading business while […]
The Competition and Markets Authority has found problems with the investment consultancy and fiduciary management markets that work with pension trustees to advise on how they invest their funds. In a provisional report released today, the CMA found around half of pension schemes choose the same provider for fiduciary management as investment consultancy and firms […]