Craig Inches, Royal London Asset Management
Active Wealth, one of nine firms that has stopped giving pension transfer advice in light of the British Steel pension saga, has gone into liquidation. An insolvency notice published by The Gazette on 12 February shows liquidator Crossfields was appointed on 5 February by the creditors. The Midlands-based firm has attracted attention for its role […]
Follow these five rules to get communication of this tricky issue right
An increase in UK death statistics is concerning for longevity models, so relied upon in the pensions industry A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty. Put me down as a pessimist. And yet, when it comes to the implications of increasing life expectancy, I fear my […]
The New Model Business Academy is opening applications for its apprenticeship programme this week. NMBA, part of SimplyBiz Group, was included on the register of apprenticeship training providers in March last year. In December, it received funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency. SimplyBiz chair Ken Davy says the Government funding was lower than […]
Karen Playfair, Senior Marketing Consultant I recently got married, and my husband and I realised that as a result we should review our wills – not one of our most romantic moments, but possibly one of our more sensible ones! And even though we both previously had wills, it turns out that when you get […]
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