Prudential has signed a deal to help Tenet IFA network and Burns-Anderson design their multi-tie propositions. Tenet has over 3,500 advisers and has picked Pru because of its experience in developing multi-tie distribution platforms.
Threadneedle communications director Richard Eats is rejoining Cofunds on a part-time consultancy basis from this week to help the fund supermarket develop its strategy around the Legal & General tie-up.
The FSA has banned a senior partner from The Michael Harding Partnership from holding approved person status.
The Chartered Insurance Institute is launching new exams on pension simplification.
Schroders business development director (UK finan-cial institutions group) Robert Noach advocates regular-contribution saving and asset allocation to ensure a smooth ride and believes this year could see a marked shift in the fortunes of the savings market.
Clare Moffat, Technical Manager, looks at the benefits of pensions from an IHT perspective. 100% access and 100% discount – what type of wrapper could this be? A pension! Post flexibility there is 100% access (for those over 55) and normally pensions are inheritance tax (IHT) free. With flexibility the options available on death mean […]
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