Industry veteran Danby Bloch has warned advisers that the provision of financial advice has become a much more risky business.
He points to the increase in the FOS limits and the withdrawal of PI insurers from the market as a result. He also suggests creating a risk register.
Alistair Cunningham, director at Wingate Financial Planning, says that the chartered brand has been cheapened with many examples of chartered firms giving poor advice.
He has big concerns about the PFS and its handling of standards. Will we see a reaction?
Royal London’s Steve Webb, the former pension minister, is in talks about taking over the running of the Pension Regulator.
Former regulator and consultant Rory Perceval says that IFAs are to blame not the regulator over pension transfer issues.
The Treasury will allow new funds set up in the EU to be passported into the UK under the temporary permissions regime even in the event of ‘No Deal.
Martin Tilley is leaving Dentons Pensions Management after 30 years to join a new wealth manager.
Active or passive – Citywire looks at how 35 financial advisers invest with 20 favouring active, eight passive and seven a mix.
Nick Train tells Portfolio Adviser that he would love to own Mulberry but won’t because 75% of the stock is owned by two investors.