KMG Sicav Sif says it is holding discussions with 18 IFA firms and five accountancy firms about setting up their own white-labelled funds.
Scaled-back regulation for non-toxic product advice is unlik- ely to be accepted by the FSA due to its “bunker mentality”, warns Labour MP Andy Love.
Absolute return funds continued to be the most popular UK domiciled retail sector in July 2008, according to figures from the Investment Management Association.
Abbey Expatriate Services has written to the Government calling for advice on transferring UK pensions overseas to be restricted to UK-regulated advisers.
Jelf Employee Benefits explores the draft Income Tax (Recommended Medical Treatment) Regulations 2014 and why intervention is such an important aspect of absence management.
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