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Last month, Aberconwy MP Guto Bebb was just another one of the Conservatives’ rebellious back-benchers. A forthright campaigner, Bebb may be known among advisers as the man behind the parliamentary debate into whether the FCA is fit for purpose. While the regulator ultimately escaped a vote of no confidence, Bebb has been part of a movement […]
The Government faces a £2.3bn a year hit if it offers women affected by the increases in the state pension age early access, according to figures from Government actuaries. Parliament’s Work and Pensions Committee is conducting an inquiry into offering early access in response to a campaign for transitional measures for women born in the 1950s, […]
“Who gives a_____?” Sorry. I’ll rephrase that for a family audience. “Who gives advice?” That is the question the Government is struggling with. And indeed what is advice? And how can we fill the advice gap without actually giving people, er, advice to fill it? In future Citizens Advice, The Pensions Advisory Service, and the […]
Technology provider Bravura has been put up for sale, Money Marketing understands. It is understood an information memorandum has been circulated seeking potential buyers for the business. It remains unclear at this stage what the asking price would be or who might be interested in acquiring the firm. A Bravura spokesman says: “Bravura is a […]
Jelf Employee Benefits looks at the issue of paying anaesthetist fees when the patient had no chance to discuss or agree to them prior to care; and provides recommendations for avoiding this scenario.
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