Bright Grey head of customer care operations Gordon Watson has been promoted to take overall responsibility for customer service and underwriting.
Trade body disputes decision to disregard limitation laws amid fears that levy could hit 40m.
It seems that Money Marketing’s pre-Christmas rant in the form of an A to Z of PR has goaded, as was intended, some PR folk to write an A to Z of hacks as a rebuke.One press officer from a Scottish life office compiled his own.Here is a pick of the bunch:D is for detox […]
The nominations are in for the Moneyfacts annual awards and, although this would not normally give much reason for comment, this year the intriguingly titled “best business card provider” has been included.What will be the judges’ criteria be – “Look at that subtle off-white colouring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even […]
Another week, another bulging inbox full of emails from IFAs responding to my recent columns on the issue of remuneration for advisers and how improvements might be made to current business models in a manner that allows trust in the industry to be restored.
Loomis Sayles Senior Equity Strategist, Richard Skaggs, discusses what the key takeaways were for global markets during Q2 2016 and also talks about what may lie ahead for the second half of 2016. Click here for full article: Loomis Whitepaper
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IFA directors Kevin and Cheryl Neal have been banned from being company directors by the Insolvency Service for six and four years, respectively. The married couple ran the now-defunct Hertfordshire-based Kevin Neal Associates Wealth Management. They were disqualified for taking assets from an insolvent company. The firm had been incorporated to take over the business interests […]
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