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
Advice network Intrinsic is funding a 58-week training programme through the Quilter Financial Adviser School to get more get more advisers to join its ranks. The course includes specific Intrinsic training throughout the core QFAS programme and means advisers will be trained on Intrinsic systems and processes. It is open to any student who will […]
Influential think tank the Institute for Fiscal Studies has added to pressure on the government from the pensions industry not to restrict tax breaks ahead of the Budget later this month. The IFS says it would be a “step in the wrong direction” to resitrct pension tax breaks on high earners, even though it could […]
Advice firm consolidator AFH is looking to raise £15m to fund more acquisitions by offering new shares in the company. It will sell new ordinary shares in the company at 370p a share in a quickfire offering, with the proceeds used to “execute the company’s acquisition pipeline”, AFH said in a stock market announcement today. […]