Calculating Savings

Solving the contingent-charging conundrum

Contingent charging has come under intense scrutiny from the FCA and the question of whether or not it should be banned has divided the adviser community. But there is also wide divergence in exactly how models work across firms, how much advisers are charging and when exactly contingent fees are levied. There are those who […]

Aviva Investors merges business units as part of restructure

Aviva Investors has announced the formation of a new real assets business as part of a restructure. The move will merge direct real estate, infrastructure and private debt under a single leadership and operating structure. Aviva says the restructure will position the business to meet the growing client need for real assets and private debt […]

The market moving M&A or M&A moving the market?

Levels of merger and acquisition (M&A) activity have historically moved with the stock market. Zach Chadwick, an analyst within the J.P. Morgan Asset Management UK equity team, looks at how this cycle has been no exception and discusses some common behavioural biases.

MPs: We have ‘lost confidence’ in TSB chief

The Treasury select committee says it has ‘lost confidence’ in the leadership of TSB chief executive Paul Pester for failing to tackle a string of IT failures at the bank. The MPs believe that Pester did not give adequate explanation of the problems faced and how to solve them at a hearing earlier this week, […]


Attitudes toward income protection

Ross Jackson – Senior Protection Marketing Manager, Royal London  Royal London commissioned Opinium to run our State of the Protection Nation research to find out how people felt about their own protection needs and the industry as a whole. We surveyed people who had already taken out some kind of protection insurance and those who didn’t […]


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