M&G fund manager Steven Andrew has slashed exposure to US and UK government debt in his £322m Episode Income fund to ward off concerns about potential risks emerging in the western economies. A year ago over 25 per cent of the fund was invested in US and UK government debt because it was yielding 4 […]
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 […]
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has appointed former Deloitte partner Mark Adams as a non-executive director. Adams will join the FSCS in June. He replaces Phil Wallace who has served two terms on the board. Adams is a chartered accountant and insolvency practitioner, and has previously been an adviser to the Bank of England. FSCS […]
HMRC is to change the wording of one of its new tax forms for people reclaiming overpaid tax on pension withdrawals, after confusion over who could use it. Form 55 is to be updated because it currently implies it should only be used if “you’ve only taken one payment and do not intend to take […]
Fiona Tait – Pensions Specialist, Royal London The DGS is more than just a pretty website, it can help you to target those clients who are most likely to be affected by the proposed cut in the Money Purchase Annual Allowance MPAA). Clients who have triggered the MPAA When it was launched Royal London automatically uploaded […]
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