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Cameron warned over rapid EU referendum ‘dangers’

Prime Minister David Cameron has been warned accelerating the deadline for an EU referendum could undermine efforts to seek reform to the existing settlement, the FT reports. The Conservatives have promised an in/out referendum in 2017, although some – including Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham – want Cameron to accelerate the timetable to reduce uncertainty. […]

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Neptune’s Dowey promoted to CIO in reshuffle

Neptune Investment Management has appointed its chief economist and investment director James Dowey as chief investment officer. He will retain his role as chief economist and report to the company’s founder and chief executive Robin Geffen. Despite Dowey’s promotion, Geffen will continue to take “overall responsibility” for the investment team as well as manage the funds he […]

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Retirement Strategy Leader: We need a cure for scammer disease

Nobody wants another misselling scandal. So clearly, it is paramount that pension freedoms work alongside adequate consumer protection. The Government and the FCA have arguably done their best to put this in place in the tight timescale they had. We have the requirement that people wanting to transfer from defined benefit to defined contribution schemes […]

Ian McKenna: Treading the fine line between good and bad robo advice

At the beginning of the month, Nick and Martin Bamford caused amusement around the industry by announcing the launch of Informed Choice’s robo-adviser as an April Fools prank. What many in the industry might find scary, however, is that they are not too far away from the truth. The emergence of real robo-advisers is, in […]

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