Brands do not care about you. Institutions do not care about you either. The only people able to care about you are people. With this in mind, the question is “is this institution owned, organised and run by people who will allow the people who work there to care?” Generally, the answer is “no” because […]
Providers handled over 200,000 calls from customers in the first week following the introduction of pension freedoms, according to the Association of British Insurers. ABI figures out today show members of the trade body received 229,932 calls between Tuesday and Friday last week about the reforms. This is a 214 per cent increase compared to […]
Figures were boosted elsewhere in the business, particularly with a 17 per cent increase in assets at LGIM.
Directors and partners of advice firms are faced with making decisions that affect both the financial and regulatory well-being of their businesses on a regular basis. Yet many of these decisions, even major ones, are made without external reference or support. Why is this? Is it because of the cost, because it is thought unnecessary, […]
By Mark Martin, head of UK Equities, Neptune A by-product of sterling weakness is inflation, and we expect this to continue to gather steam over the coming months, with energy and food prices the hardest hit. The full impact of sterling weakness is yet to impact the prices paid by consumers due to the hedging arrangements […]
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