Old Mutual Wealth to launch national advice arm

Old Mutual Wealth and its network Intrinsic are launching a national advice arm. The business will be branded Old Mutual Wealth Private Client Advisers and will draw on the investment offerings from Quilter Cheviot and Old Mutual Global Investors. The new business aims to offer advice through 10 regional offices employing around 250 qualified advisers […]


TSC chair Andrew Tyrie intervenes on challenger bank levy

Treasury select committee chairman Andrew Tyrie has written to the Prudential Regulation Authority urging it to reconsider a new tax that could hit challenger banks. In the Summer Budget the Chancellor announced a new 8 per cent charge on banks’ UK profits above £25m from, due to come into force from 2016. At the same […]

Tisa and Origo go head-to-head over pension declarations

Tisa and Origo are to go head-to-head as both organisations eye open standard pension declaration forms. Pension transfer processes have come under scrutiny since the rollout of the new freedoms in April, with providers criticised for operating outdated transfer systems. Tisa already offers open standards for Isa transfers through Tisa Exchange but is set to extend […]


MM Wired: What next for pension tax relief?

Thursday 08 October 2015, 10am. Subject:What next for pension tax relief? Sponsor: Royal London The Government has fired the starting gun on the next big reform to shake up the pensions market – pension tax relief. Having decided the current model of pension taxation looks unsustainable, politicians and policymakers are now trying to decide the […]

The calm after the storm

Craig Inches, Head of Short Rates and Cash at Royal London Asset Management, reflects on the muted tone of gilt markets over the past week following the recent turbulent activity in this sector. Read the article here  The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well […]


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