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Nigel Stockton is annoyed. When he sits down with Money Marketing it is the day after the FCA announced a probe into advice firm consolidators’ acquisition processes. The regulator is concerned about the quality of suitability checks and whether acquired clients are being shunted into centralised investment propositions. And while the new Bellpenny chief executive […]

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China scraps trading ‘circuit breakers’

China has scrapped the ‘circuit breakers’ it introduced at the start of the week that intended to reduce market volatility, after two days of market closure. The circuit breakers were introduced to minimise market losses and meant a 15 minute halt to trading after a 5 per cent fall in the market and a stop to the […]

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Gillian Guy: Advice gap solutions may lie outside the private sector

As it considers submissions to the Financial Advice Market Review the Government won’t be short of evidence and expertise on whether the advice gap exists, and if so what it looks like and how best to tackle it. Money Marketing’s lead article last week reflects the crucial insight and diversity of views across the industry […]

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Generation Rent

We’ve heard a great deal about Generation Rent in recent years but what does it actually mean for consumers and advisers and has the face of the typical renter changed? The picture is certainly more diverse than it used to be

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