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UK expats could lose access to pensions in no-deal Brexit

Hundreds of thousands of people could lose access to their pensions if the UK cannot agree a deal on Brexit with the EU, the government says. In a technical note published today the government provides guidance on how businesses should prepare for a no-deal scenario. It explains how firms, financial market infrastructures, and funds authorised […]

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Nick Kelly: Why are valuations still so hard to get?

The role of the adviser has not really changed over the past 25 years. We build confidence and a picture of needs and wants, risk appetite and priorities, and we construct solutions tailored for each client. To this end, most clients have a combination of existing policies, some still pre-RDR, and others on shiny new […]

Energy efficiency and secured commercial property bonds

Zilla Chan, Senior Credit Analyst and Matthew Franklin, Credit Analyst present our latest research article focusing on energy efficiency and secured commercial property bonds. With the introduction of new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulation the analysts have taken the lead in corresponding with a range of issuers on the new regulation. Read the full […]

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May backs Carney to stay at Bank of England

Bank of England governor Mark Carney is willing to prolong his term at the central bank to provide continuity amid Brexit, he said at a parliamentary hearing yesterday. Carney, who was originally set to leave the role in June 2018, agreed to stay until June 2019 following the outcome of the Brexit referendum and the […]

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