Interesting to see who is coming to the defence of the advice sector over pension transfers.
Nic Cicutti suggests that the FCA has glossed over the facts on defined benefit transfers. Interesting to hear a consumer voice take this stance.
Hargreaves Lansdown removes Lindsell Train from its Wealth 50 citing the manager's holding of HL itself and the likelihood that holding will increase.
The Government's decision to deny male survivors of opposite sex marriages the same benefits rights as same-sex widowers is expected to be challenged in court reports Financial Adviser.
Intrinsic has been ordered to compensate a cold called client. The ombudsman finds that a client was unsuitably advised to transfer into a self-invested personal pension following the call in 2013. Obviously this predates the ban.
The FSCS says the top 110 firms, comprising 0.2 per cent of the total levy paying population, will pay an average of £3m, almost 61 per cent of the total levy bill for 2019/2020.
Tech consultant Ian McKenna believes that Intelliflo is going to change industry practice with its new model portfolio service.
There is a huge amount about the financial wellbeing conference on Citywire. Here Chris Budd urges advisers to change themselves not their clients.
An IFA is crowdfunding a legal challenge to St James's Place having sold his business to the vertical giant.
Investment Week’s Brexit blog suggests Conservative MPs are preparing for an autumn election.