It looks as if the two main political parties are about to enter a house building bidding war. The Conservatives will say they will build up to 300,000 houses a year according to Chancellor Philip Hammond as the Daily Mail reports, a total which would more than match Labour plans.
As many as three quarter of a million group risk policies have not been updated to take account of the rise in the state pension age and advisers could be at risk if they have not informed employers says FTAdviser.com.
Hargreaves Landown’s Mark Dampier sets out why he is keeping faith in Neil Woodford.
SCM Direct launches a new Sipp and overhauls the fee structure which Gina Miller says is in response to MiFID II.
The European regulator ESME is looking for evidence about closet trackers, which may lead to regulatory action. This could be a rather interesting intervention timing-wise as Brexit approaches.
Former pharmacist Jayesh Manek is to close his ‘growth fund’ after 20 years, much of it with underperformance. He set up the fund after twice winning a ‘fund manager’ competition in the Sunday Times.
BlackRock’s corporate bond manager Ben Edwards suggests sterling is the best market to be in at the moment.
Old Mutual Wealth is changing its name to Quilter. New Model Adviser looks back over some other famous rebrands.