l Teamspirit managing director Jo Parker is raising money for Sight Savers International, a charity supp-orting the blind, by producing a book of short stories. The collection will be written by non-professional and never-before-published writers from a diverse range of backgrounds, including Parker herself.The book, which costs 5, will be published on May 5 and all proceeds will go to the charity.
The ABI has set up a section on its website dealing with paying for financial advice and the role of commission. Comments posted on the site will contribute towards the ABI’s consultation and a publication due early next year on how financial advice should be paid for.
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Montpelier Group is continuing to expand in the Far East by joining forces with Malaysia-based IFA Expatriate Financial Services.
Schroders has appointed Robin Parbrook as head of Asia excluding Japan equities following the departure of former head Leong Wah Kheong. Parbrook has been deputy of the sector since 2001.
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