The boss of Richmond House Wealth Management responds to Money Marketing columnist Paul Lewis’s latest article that questioned the effect of pension freedoms I am in the majority of advisers in that I am still, just, in my 50s. I therefore grew up with the Man from the Pru calling monthly to collect premiums, got […]
The Money Advice Service will soon be superseded by a new public financial guidance body, rolling it into Pension Wise and The Pensions Advisory Service. Money Marketing looks at some of the key stats for the organisation ahead of the transition.
FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey received a £75,000 bonus for 2017/18, the regulator’s accounts show. Part of the bonus has been deferred and will be paid in 2019. The portion of the bonus already received has been donated to the FCA’s staff charities, Richard House and the Alzheimer’s Society. The bonus is a £10,000 increase […]
By Fiona Tait, Pensions Specialist Since the announcement in March, the Lifetime ISA (LISA) has attracted controversy. Heralded as a saviour for the self-employed and the young wanting to get on the housing ladder, the new LISA risks adding confusion for savers trying to fully understand the benefits of new workplace pension savings through auto-enrolment. To […]
The European markets regulator has expressed concern UK finance companies could make use of loopholes between the UK and EU after Brexit, according to the Financial Times. Speaking at a conference in London, the European Securities and Markets Authority chair Steve Maijoor said this was one of the reasons Esma is seeking to directly supervise […]
Theresa May’s announcement from earlier today that she will step down as prime minister on Friday 7 June brought a new direction to deadlocked British political scene. Yet figures from the investment management sector say her resignation does not spell the end of uncertainty, which has been holding back investment decisions. Hermes Investment Management chief […]
The FCA’s Intergenerational Differences paper highlights the difficulties that people in their late 30s to early 50s face in saving for retirement. How can the industry improve their prospects? Grouping people according to age, gender, marital status and how wealthy they are is something product providers and advice firms do to tailor their services to […]