Money Marketing was named personal finance trade newspaper of the year at the prestigious Brad- ford & Bingley Awards at London’s Great Eastern Hotel last week. The paper was praised for its mix of news and in-depth features.
It will take real leadership from politicians prepared to introduce radical solutions to incentivise retirement saving in the UK, says Informed Choice managing director Nick Bamford
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Bystanders at Paul Cowman’s protection seminar at Money Marketing Live at the G-Mex in Manchester last week were amused to see the man from the Pru renamed to some- thing more befitting a fraudster. Cowman’s name badge had been misspelt by someone at the front desk and read Paul Conman. The Diary hastens to add […]
Financial advisers should be proud to be insurance salesmen and protection products should at the forefront of their minds, says Caversham Buchanan director Ian Green. Speaking at the Personal Finance Society annual conference last week in Birmingham, Green said protection is a key product for consumers and advisers are best placed to help close the […]
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Support service provider SimplyBiz has signed a third new deal for defined benefit transfer advice work after its original partner pulled out of the marketplace. In an email to members seen by Money Marketing, compliance director Gary Kershaw apologises for any inconvenience caused by Crowborough-based advice firm CFPML’s decision to exit the DB transfer marketplace. […]
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The Budget will lay out Government plans to help build 300,000 new homes a year, according to Chancellor Philip Hammond. The plans will include fasttracking developments with planning permission. Hammond said the Government would use “powers of state” to get homes built on these sites, according to the BBC. The Government will also unveil plans to […]