Smith & Williamson deputy chairman Lord Cobham is retiring from full-time employment but will continue to work as an adviser for the firm. David Cobb becomes head of investment management and Geoff Windebank as finance director in a group reshuffle.
Jupiter income trust manager Tony Nutt says the fund’s performance suffered after he went defensive too early.The £4.2bn fund celebrates its 20th anniversary this month and has long been an IFA favourite.Over the first eight months of this year, it returned a loss of 2.07 per cent compared with a 4 per cent rise in […]
Cheltenham & Gloucester has confirmed that intermediary sales director John Champion will be leaving at the end of the month after 20 years at the lender.
The Private Health Partnership has bought the medical insurance portfolio of Home Counties Healthcare.
GMAC-RFC has revealed it will be re-pricing its non-conforming products over 85 per cent loan to value tomorrow.It says it will confirm tomorrow how much it will increase its rates by but says its SVR will remain unchanged.This comes after it announced to its partners that it will increase rates by 0.5 per cent on […]
Last week was Adult Learner’s Week, a celebration of lifelong learning and continued education. But why should education stop after school?
News and expert analysis straight to your inboxSign up
Latest from Money Marketing
There are numerous trip hazards with carry forward but more clients will want to be looking at it Many believe the annual allowance will be fair game for the chancellor soon, as one of the least painful and least complex reductions in cost to the Treasury. As such, the need to contribute while clients can and […]
The world is a challenging place for a traditional one-man (or -woman) band Increased regulation and rising costs are leading to a growing number of mid-sized adviser firms. Sole trader and two-handed businesses are becoming rarer as changing rules and client demands present a greater challenge for smaller firms. Between compliance, technology and the implementation […]
Thirty-six months is a short time in pensions. Before April 2015, few could have predicted that compulsory annuitisation would come to an end and the door to full withdrawals would be swung open. As the pension freedoms reach their third birthday, it is worth weighing up the evidence to date. Let’s start with the good […]