The editorial of May 8 was a balanced, comprehensive and insightful view, except for the first sentence. IFAs will always will be under a clear and present danger with regulation in its current form. That does not have to be a lament, merely a recognition of the facts. Bear in mind that, under Howard Davies, we had depolarisation. It would appear that we are now to have polarisation back again.
Loomis Sayles senior equity strategist Richard Skaggs reviews the events that have helped to shape various markets during the third quarter of 2016 and takes a look at the outlook for growth in the US over the next few months and into 20. Click here
The Association of Investment Companies will not be hosting the new key information documents on its website saying to do so would be irresponsible. Since 1 January, Priips legislation has meant advisers have to publish a stand-alone, standardised KID to their client including performance scenarios, risks, and the total cost of products. However, trade bodies […]
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has paid out £5.7m so far to nearly 800 customers of collapsed discretionary fund manager Strand Capital. The payments were made to 796 investors over the past two weeks. The payments related to client cash only. The compensation was paid directly into customers’ self-invested personal pensions. An administrator’s report published in […]