Regulatory costs have been blamed for the closure of a Norfolk IFA just days after advisers saw their FSCS levies almost double to £100m. In a statement on its website, Norwich-based advice firm Taylor & Taylor says regulatory changes have made continuing as a business unviable. It says: “We very much appreciate the support provided […]
Architas has appointed senior investment manager Nathan Sweeney as co-manager at the firm, after the departure of Stephanie Carbonneil to join Schroders. Sweeney will manage the the £770m Architas Multi-Asset Active range and run the six risk-profiled funds alongside existing co-manager and Architas chief investment officer Caspar Rock. Sweeney replaces senior investment manager Stephanie Carbonneil, who will […]
The Government will today set out plans to cut at least £10bn in business red tape in a bid to boost Britain’s growth prospects, the Telegraph reports. Recently-appointed Business Secretary Sajid Javid will vow to help small firms by getting “heavy handed” regulators off their backs. In a speech in Bristol, Javid will say: “Small […]
It was only a matter of time before The Pensions Regulator (TPR) started to issue escalating penalty notices, and that time has come. In its latest compliance and enforcement bulletin1, it lays out the powers it has used so far: These figures should come as no surprise to anyone in the corporate market and there […]
Alex Ralph, manager of the Artemis High Income Fund, talks about high-yield bonds in the US and Europe – and why she favours the latter.
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