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Banks to plead guilty over forex rigging

Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland are set to plead guilty this week to charges of rigging the foreign exchange market, with fines running into almost £3bn. The two banks are among the institutions that have been under investigation of manipulation of currency benchmarks since 2013. The Sunday Times reports both are set to accept substantial […]

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Tilney Bestinvest hires new director for London office

Tilney Bestinvest has appointed Leon Buckley as director, financial planning as the firm expands its London financial planning practice. Buckley, who will work in the firm’s Mayfair office in London, will report to managing director, financial planning Tim Stalkartt. Since 2010 Buckley has worked at FF&P Wealth Planning dealing with high-net-worth clients, as well as advising partners […]

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Richard Freeman: Networks will survive and thrive

The news Sesame Bankhall is to close its investment adviser network has led some to call into question the network model and imply the directly authorised route is the only option for advisers. I allow myself a wry smile when I read these comments, which are often made by individuals who have enjoyed long careers […]

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In the crosshairs: Politicians and regulators take aim at non-advised business

Non-advised business models will be in the crosshairs of politicians and regulators no matter the outcome of this week’s general election, Money Marketing understands. Ros Altmann – who is to be made a Conservative peer and appointed minister for consumer protection if the Tories form a Government – says she will explore banning commission entirely. […]

Who pays inheritance tax and how to declare it

By Kim Jarvis, Canada Life In this article we look at which forms personal representatives (PRs) need to complete and who actually pays inheritance tax (IHT).  To recap, under current rules, any part of the estate that falls within the available nil-rate band (NRB), currently £325,000, is taxed at zero. Anything in excess of the NRB […]

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