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Careers Brief: Learning on the move

Advisers studying for professional exams often find it difficult to find the time to revise, keep up their day job and maintain some sort of home life. For some it makes sense to study on the move, making full use of time that would otherwise be wasted, such as the train journey home or on […]

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Legg Mason: UK investors not prepared to pay going rate for advice

Wealthy UK investors are prepared to pay a maximum of £110 an hour for financial advice, a Legg Mason survey shows, 26 per cent less than the average fee charged by advisers in 2014. According to Legg Mason, the cost of advice can range from £75 to £250 per hour, with one poll by unbiased.co.uk […]

Out of context: Alan Steel

Out of context

“The best thing to do would be to have someone shoot all these people and start again” Alan Steel Asset management chairman Alan Steel on diplomatic form when it comes to the FCA “He’s the kind of guy who would have tried to reason with the school bully and got punched in the face anyway” […]

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Income should mean income

By Robin Geffen, Fund Manager & CEO, Neptune Equity income funds have a vital role to play in client portfolios today. With the awkward confluence of the baby boomers retiring as fixed income yields sit at historic lows, these funds have increasingly taken centre stage in delivering income for those who need to live off […]

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