The FCA has urged those with complaints over the British Steel Pension Scheme to discuss how to proceed with the Financial Ombudsman Service after one of the advice firms at the centre of the scandal filed for liquidation. Yesterday, the Financial Services Compensation Scheme said that it was preparing to declare Active Wealth in default, […]
Nothing works better at aiding understanding than stories based on experience Stories have been used to pass knowledge and wisdom down the generations throughout history. For advisers, they help remove the complexity of what we do for clients. And nothing works better than stories based on experience. Over the past few months, I have experimented […]
Catch up with last week’s Money Marketing debate on what Labour would mean for financial planners with former pensions minister Steve Webb and three leading advisers.
Many employees are losing out financially by selecting the default fund options on their workplace pension, according to new research by Hargreaves Lansdown. The research shows that these default options underperformed the most popular funds actively selected by workers – or their advisers – by 4.89 per cent a year, over the past five years. […]
The Living Wage Foundation has announced that Johnson Fleming was accredited as a Living Wage employer earlier this month.
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