FCA paper has right focus but advisers worry about knee-jerk legislation
We can’t talk about adviser fintech without addressing the elephant in the room – integration. And it shouldn’t surprise anyone that it is the top barrier to adviser firms adopting tech in the advice process.
An undercover investigation by the FBI was behind a delay in the FCA’s decision to shut down London-based discretionary fund manager Beaufort Securities, according to reports. The FCA postponed action as far back as December against Beaufort to allow US authorities to finish gathering evidence, the Times says. The UK watchdog was considering forcing the […]
Standard Life Aberdeen has sold its insurance arm to Phoenix in a £3bn deal. In the first results since the merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management, the firm has said it has decided to exit the insurance market. Phoenix will pay a total of £2bn in cash for the business. Standard Life Aberdeen […]
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