Former IFA Promotion chief exec Ann-Marie Martyn will be celebrating her 40th birthday climbing a few mighty mountains in the Himalayas for a month.In between worrying about the lack of wine bars and hairdressers she will be raising money for a local Nepali charity called the Help Nepal Network with a fashion show at Parklands Quendon Hall hosted by www.amilliondollars.co.uk on November 6.
Retirement planning is the UK consumer’s top priority for seeking financial advice but advisers have yet to see any rush ahead of A-Day, according to IFA Promotion. IFAP says the number of advice-seekers is largely in line with last year, indicating that A-Day frenzy has not yet hit consumers, but the appetite for independent advice […]
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Financial Express has relaunched Trustnet Adviser, its fund research and analysis service, with extra tools anda new look. FE says the free online service for advisers has been updated to meet the changing needs of the depolar- ised market. New tools include portfolio scanner, which allows advisers to analyse a port- folio of funds and […]
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