As problems around recruitment intensify, keeping your staff fulfilled is vital The adviser recruitment issue is not going away, with pressure building due to the lack of fresh blood coming into the industry and a dearth of experienced and qualified candidates willing to move jobs. And have you tried hiring a paraplanner lately? Not only […]
Automated services are feeling the pressure to clarify their offerings after an FCA review A slew of robo-advice firms have sprung up in recent years, with many promising to deliver financial advice at a cheaper cost than face-to-face financial planners. However, a review released last week by the FCA suggests the market is having some […]
Former Financial Services Authority chief executive Hector Sants has scooped the prized role of chairing the Government’s new single financial guidance body. While no public announcement has been made, Sants is listed as chair in government vacancy listings for further non-executive directors at the organisation, which will merge the Money Advice Service, The Pensions […]
Carey Pensions has put itself up for sale as it reports losses for the second year in a row. According to its annual accounts published last week losses have risen due to a number of legal cases relating to some historic business that is now being wound down. In 2016 the embattled Sipp provider recorded […]
The Living Wage Foundation has announced that Johnson Fleming was accredited as a Living Wage employer earlier this month.
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