Witan would like to clarify that trust busters Laxey Partners is not on its shareholder register. Witan is continuing its sharebuyback programme as part of its commitment to managing its discount, which analysts say should deter abitrageurs.
A further delay has hit the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s investigation into the prudential regulation of Equitable Life and the watchdog says it cannot commit to a new publication date.
Actuaries are urging employers and trustees to move to risk-sharing schemes to stave off a second wave of final-salary scheme closures to future service accrual.Speaking at the National Association of Pensions Funds Conference in Manchester last week, two senior actuaries warned of the likelihood of further final-salary scheme closures despite recent reductions in scheme deficits.Association […]
The FSA has finally come out and admitted defeat, sounding the death knell for that onerous and, according to some advisers who have been in contact with Money Marketing, “pointless” document.
The retail distribution review is likely to call for a clear graded segmentation of advice from financial planner through to transactional-based advisers and down to a simplified advice service, according to the FSA.Speaking last week at a conference on the future of UK regulation conference, FSA director of retail policy Dan Waters said the RDR […]
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