Figures were boosted elsewhere in the business, particularly with a 17 per cent increase in assets at LGIM.
Apfa has been accused of “giving up” on its campaign for a 15-year long-stop on complaints against financial advisers by considering alternative ways to stem liabilities. The trade body is in ongoing discussions with the regulator after the FCA said in March 2014 it would consider the case for a 15-year long stop on complaints […]
The pension freedoms promised by Chancellor George Osborne have arrived. With them have come a whole host of issues and dilemmas for advisers. Insistent transfer requests seem to be top of the list. Personal Finance Society chief executive Keith Richards even took the unusual step of writing to the FCA and the Government to highlight […]
The introduction of pension freedoms and the end of the tax year have had advisers rushed off their feet of late. But we now have a bit more time to consider the way forward while the sun shines and the spring bulbs bloom. I have not seen many Lamborghinis around town so Steve Webb’s, perhaps […]
By Fiona Tait, pensions specialist The chancellor’s announcement of proposed cuts to the Money Purchase Annual Allowance means it will be more important than ever to be able to tell your PCLS from your UFPLS What was in the statement? Not much. The chancellor spared three sentences to inform us that the Money Purchase Annual Allowance will be reduced […]
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