Police have arrested a 60 year old currency trader over suspicions of a global Ponzi scheme.
The Money Advice Service’s directory of at-retirement advisers has been branded “not fit for purpose” after it launched with a number of technical issues. The directory is in beta mode and features 4,500 advisers from 1,200 firms. Those using the Government’s Pension Wise guidance service will be pointed to the directory if they wish to […]
A poll of more than 1,200 Money Marketing readers has found overwhelming support for the Conservaties, with distant rivals being Ukip. Some 52 per cent of those polled said they would vote Conservative, while 15.5 per cent pledged their backing to Nigel Farage’s party. The figures represent a marked contrast to national polls where the Conservatives […]
Regulatory costs have been blamed for the closure of a Norfolk IFA just days after advisers saw their FSCS levies almost double to £100m. In a statement on its website, Norwich-based advice firm Taylor & Taylor says regulatory changes have made continuing as a business unviable. It says: “We very much appreciate the support provided […]
At the beginning of 2015, we highlighted that the new pension freedoms that come fully online on 6 April also represent a very attractive opportunity for the criminal fraternity to scam savers out of some, or all, of their accumulated retirement savings.
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