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Aviva, the UK’s biggest pension provider, is to introduce a 5 per cent cap on exit fees for all individual and workplace pension customers, Money Marketing can reveal. The move follows Standard Life, who have already introduced a 5 per cent cap, and Prudential, who plan to bring a cap in at “below 5 per […]

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Osborne abandons pension tax relief reform

Chancellor George Osborne has reportedly axed plans to overhaul pension tax relief as part of the upcoming Budget. Osborne had promised to examine a potential overhaul of the system as part of his July 2015 Budget, with options including a move to a flat-rate system, or a more dramatic overhaul to convert the system and […]

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FAMR: Mass market advice held back by misunderstanding of RDR rules

Advice firms are reluctant to develop mass market advice models because they are misinterpreting cross-subsidisation rules introduced by the RDR, the Financial Advice Market Review says. The RDR introduced requirements to stop vertically integrated firms using advice as a loss-leader to sell their own products. Its guidance states that the relationship between advice and product […]

Burnett: what needs to happen for value to start performing again?

Value stocks have significantly underperformed growth stocks in Europe in the past decade. However, Rob Burnett, manager of the Neptune European Opportunities Fund, believes we are now approaching an inflection point. Watch the video below to find out more. In the video, Rob discusses: How low inflation and loose monetary policy since the global financial […]

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