Conservative peer Lord Howard Flight was today announced as president of the new adviser trade body being launched by Garry Heath. Former IFA Association director general Garry Heath revealed further details of the association, named Libertatem, at a launch event in London today. He aims to raise £1m in the first 15 months of the […]
A number of advice firms are pursuing Iress for thousands of pounds in refunded fees, after suffering “nightmare” technical problems with its Xplan software. Xplan is an end-to-end system which offers portfolio management, client communication and business management tools. Australian technology provider Iress also owns software programme Adviser Office, following its acquisition of Avelo in […]
Following the election, the political landscape has shifted. With a Conservative Government, a resounding victory for the SNP, and Labour forced to rethink its strategy, what will this unexpected turn of events mean for financial services? Money Marketing editor Natalie Holt talks to Cicero director and chief corporate counsel Iain Anderson about how the exit […]
Investment platform targets 1.4 million firms yet to hit staging dates.
By Mark Martin, head of UK Equities, Neptune With markets facing numerous challenges this year, Neptune’s Mark Martin, manager of the UK Mid Cap Fund, and assistant manager Holly Cassell explain how they look past short-term volatility to focus on maintaining a strong long-term performance record. Read more here Important Information – for investment professionals only. […]
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