Prudential has denied a proposed direct-to-consumer PruFunds proposition would damage the relationships it has with advisers. M&G Prudential chief executive John Foley says offering the PruFund range direct to customers would open up new channels for the business. Pru said it would be establishing a direct-to-consumer platform as part of the £250m investment into customer […]
Too many risk falling back on the state for help at retirement. Change is needed.
Ex-GBST man and FinoComp chief executive Ray Tubman on the need for a brave new world of interoperability Platforms running on proprietary technology often see this as a competitive advantage, even if it is expensive to run. But ex-GBST man and now FinoComp chief executive Ray Tubman does not believe outsourcing is the poor relation. […]
Michael Klimes examines what advisers think the FCA should focus on in its policy paper on defined benefit transfers
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