The FCA continues to engage with the asset management industry on new European regulations as questions remain over how firms should report costs and charges. After over a month since Mifid II and Priips came into force, concerns have been raised on how fund fees, in particular transaction costs, should be calculated under the two […]
Financial services veteran Peter Mann famously reserved a chair at board meetings to represent the client, his view being the only thing that really matters is whether they have been served. Although he winces at being described as client-centric, the ex-Skandia chief executive and Old Mutual Wealth vice chairman’s focus on the customer extends to […]
Steve Webb examines auto enrolment so far and explains the impact of the upcoming statutory phasing increases on your clients. Since the autumn of 2012, employers and advisers up and down the land have been engaged in a huge programme to get millions of workers started on saving for their retirement. Over the last five […]
HM Revenue & Customs has published guidance on how new income tax bands in Scotland will affect pension schemes and their members. The note is a response to the Scottish Government’s confirmation it will introduce five income tax bands for 2018/19. Pension savers in Scotland currently receive pension tax relief at their marginal rate but […]
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