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Bank of England governor Mark Carney has told MPs he is “absolutely serene” on the judgements made by the monetary policy committee in the the lead up to and aftermath of Brexit. At a Treasury committee hearing yesterday, chairman Andrew Tyrie told Carney he would have the chance to answer allegations that he “over-egged” the […]

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Woodford in Govt talks over £250m tech start-up fund

Neil Woodford is in talks with the government to allocate capital to a initiative to back early-stage tech ventures outside London. The British Business Bank is working with other institutional funds to launch the £250m investment company, which will be approximately 50 per cent backed by the taxpayer, The Times reports. It will invest between £5m and […]

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Nic Cicutti: The pensions boycott is well founded

Two friends and their kids came to stay with us this bank holiday weekend. Amid the laughter, good food and even better wine, my friends let drop that they have several tens of thousands of pounds’ worth of modern art lying under their bed. Why under the bed, I asked? Is art not something that […]

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Lee Robertson: Lessons from our US counterparts

I often look beyond those I respect most here in the UK to other jurisdictions for further examples of good practice and financial planning insight. While not always an exact fit for how we operate, there is much to be learned from the challenges advisers face globally. After all, a client just about anywhere else […]

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