Apfa has been accused of “giving up” on its campaign for a 15-year long-stop on complaints against financial advisers by considering alternative ways to stem liabilities. The trade body is in ongoing discussions with the regulator after the FCA said in March 2014 it would consider the case for a 15-year long stop on complaints […]
The Personal Finance Society has launched a consumer education website as part a drive to improve its public profile. Yourmoney provides guidance and tools on issues such as planning for retirement, managing debt and saving and investing. It gives tips on how to avoid investment scams, explains the benefits and costs of regulated advice, and […]
PI insurers are considering exclusions for insistent DB to DC transfers, Money Marketing understands.
As you can see, the Money Marketing website looks very different than what you are used to. A lot of work has gone into the redesign, and I wanted to take a bit of time to explain the new look and why we have made the decisions we have. When we redesigned the magazine just […]
With a 10 per cent return from his Global Income Fund in the first three months of 2015, Jacob de Tusch-Lec talks to journalist Alexis Xydias about the drivers and why he favours Europe and Asia over the US. Jacob believes European companies remain cheap and is still finding opportunities amid value stocks – in contrast […]
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