Sales in Prudential’s UK business are up 8 per cent year-on-year as bonds, personal pensions and drawdown products offset the loss of annuities, the firm’s quarterly results show. UK retail sales, on an annual premium equivalent basis, hit £169m in the three months to March, compared to £157m to the same quarter last year, a […]
Adviser consolidation firm Bellpenny has completed two further IFA acquisitions for an undisclosed sum. The deals, for Caledonia Edinburgh Limited and Midlands-based firm Rawson Steele IFA, add £84m in funds under management to Bellpenny. The business as a whole is now responsible for over £3bn in investor funds. Caledonia Edinburgh adviser Lynn Healy will transfer […]
One of the big headline grabbers from last month’s Budget was the Help to Buy Isa. Like pension freedom, a superficially easy concept to present and understand. Also like pension freedom, however, there is a little bit more detail to get to grips with. The most obviously available further information on the Help to Buy […]
Jelf, an independent full-service UK-based brokerage that supports businesses and individuals, has announced its interim results.
In last year’s FCA thematic review of the mortgage market, one of the key things highlighted was the “savvy consumer”. That’s the client who comes in the door with a very clear idea of what they need and expect you to get them it. They don’t think they need advice, they have after all consulted […]
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