Michael Klimes asks if poorly advised DB transfers could sink the business bonanza for IFAs
MPs are concerned the cold call ban is unlikely to protect consumers and their pensions from unregulated introducers who do face-to-face marketing. Yesterday the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill, which bans pension cold calls, received Royal Assent and is due to be effective from June. But the work and pensions select committee led by chairman […]
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has voted to keep interest rates on hold at 0.5 per cent. Announcing this decision, the Bank also cut its growth forecast for 2018 from 1.8 to 1.4 per cent. Seven out of nine of the MPC members voted to keep the base rate on hold. There was speculation earlier […]
The vast majority of advisers have become distracted by helping the industry get what it wants – products sold – and lost sight of what their clients really need Back in 1982, as a gullible 22-year-old, I fell into financial services. At that time, there were no qualifications needed to start out as an adviser. […]
The Living Wage Foundation has announced that Johnson Fleming was accredited as a Living Wage employer earlier this month.
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