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Lib Dems: Scrapping pot follows member was ‘incompetent’

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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The march to independence: Will more big players ditch the restricted brand?

As a number of sizeable restricted businesses ditch the label in favour of independence, advisers are questioning whether more firms will make the move back to whole of market. While many of the largest firms in the market still offer restricted advice, the majority of smaller firms continue to opt for independent status post-RDR. The […]

Profile: Smart Financial boss on his lifestyle planning lightbulb moment

Smart Financial chief executive on his lifestyle planning epiphany and how it led to his training academy  Before becoming a certified financial planner in 2005, Smart Financial chief executive Steve Martin admits to not having the skills and tools to join the dots between what people had and what they wanted. With the certificate, everything changed. […]

Hiroki Hashimoto, Royal London Asset Management

Buying the dip gradually over several weeks

Hiroki Hashimoto reflects on how market panic can lead to opportunities for buying dips in equities, but explains why it is prudent to take a  gradual approach. Read the article here  Past performance is not a guide to future performance. The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go […]

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