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 […]
Attivo has acquired four IFA businesses and says it is on track to complete a further seven deals this year. The chartered financial planning and wealth management firm has acquired Hertfordshire-based Porter DeVere, which was 130 active clients, and London-based Lifetime Financial Partnership, which has 180 active clients. Attivo has also bought Worcester-based Morgan Fitzgerald […]
Former FSA boss Sir Hector Sants has been appointed to lead a review of bank competitiveness in the UK. Sants will head a team at global management consulting firm Oliver Wyman and release the first review in autumn, reports the FT. Among the topics the review will cover are banking regulation, the risks of a ‘Brexit’ for […]
The Pensions Ombudsman has thrown out two complaints made against providers who allowed a member to transfer to a suspected liberation scheme. Joseph Winning filed complaints against Legal & General and Scottish Widows after the firms completed his request to transfer around £50,000 to the Capita Oak Pension Scheme. Winning says the providers failed to […]
With volatility set to continue, Peter Saacke, manager of the Artemis Global Growth Fund, thinks stock-specific opportunities are on the rise.
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