Apfa has written to the major political parties to urge a rethink of what it terms an “unjustifiable” 10 per cent increase in advisers’ FCA fees. In a paper on proposed fees published in March, the FCA said A13 advisers will pay £74.9m in 2015/16, up by 10 per cent from £68m in 2014/15. The […]
Ukip wants to cut the state pension age to 65 as part of a swathe of promises designed to install better fairness to pensions. The party claims that increases in the age at which individuals can claim a state pension have unfairly impacted women and manual workers, in particular, so has instead devised a “retirement […]
Bank has set aside £856m for litigation and conduct issues.
The FCA needs to urgently clarify when new advice requirements on pension transfers will be applied, organisations across the pensions industry are warning. In its response to the regulator’s consultation on changes to pension transfer rules, the National Association of Pension Funds says conflicting definitions of money purchase benefits risk confusing when advice needs to […]
Royal London Asset Management’s recently appointed Head of Global Equities, Peter Rutter, explains how asking the right questions at the right time provides insight for global equity investing. He offers an overview of his Life Cycle approach. Read the full article here The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and […]
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