Prudential is looking at developing its own wrap but says it will monitor the market before making any decisions. If it goes ahead, it says it will adopt a model that involves third parties sharing costs.
Legal & General has attacked IFAs’ cash demands for making signing up multi-tie panels a “seriously sticky” process. Finance director Andrew Palmer told MM sister title Finance Week that when negotiating multi-tie deals, the opening question from many adviser firms has been “how much are you prepared to pay us to be on our panel?”, […]
The Association of Mortgage Intermediaries is launching a guide to help intermediaries with lead generation. The move follows concerns from AMI members about the increase in the number of lead-generation firms which often do not deliver what they promise or deliver below their original sales pitch. The AMI says there have been some cases of […]
Aifa is experimenting with the idea of providing customer care managers for the major networks and support services grounds as a way of promoting Aifa and allowing a better flow of information to members. David Severn responded to a query from a network member at the roadshow by saying that Aifa was piloting a customer […]
According to Doug Rice, managing director of international services, in 2015, managing their international duty of care will become an increasing focus for UK-based overseas organisations in both managing their short- and longer-term challenges. As a result, strong independent advice and innovative technological solutions will become more important than ever in managing their global benefits.
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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 […]