This autumn, for the first time in over six years, we look forward to dissecting the fresh ideas of a new Chancellor. From a financial services perspective, many would argue George Osborne’s most important policy was the introduction of pension freedoms. It would be a surprise if Philip Hammond has any plans to roll back […]
Legal & General Investment Management wants FTSE 350 bosses to meet with employees once a year to justify their company’s pay practices. According to the Telegraph, the fund manager has written to the companies in recent weeks to lay out a campaign to make executive pay more transparent. LGIM’s proposals include publishing the difference between top […]
Old Mutual Wealth has issued an apology after it failed to pay commission to an adviser for four years. The adviser, who wished to remain anonymous, requested an overdue payment for an Isa opened this year but discovered Old Mutual Wealth held the wrong bank details on its systems. A statement sent to the adviser […]
As more and more employers reach their auto-enrolment staging date, thousands of HR, pensions and finance professionals have been tasked with navigating the minefield of ongoing scheme governance and auditing with little support.
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