Lee Robertson steps down as chief executive of Investment Quorum following a buyout by the rest of the management team. He continues as a consultant to the business while looking forward to pastures new.
Simon Goldthorpe, chairman of Beaufort Group criticises the consolidator model. Interestingly his concern appear to be less about the fundamentals of the model but more about its effectiveness in integrating firms and management.
He says that Beaufort does acquire firms in some cases, he said the group preferred to partner with advisers by loaning them cash or equities, or taking a stake in the business.
Money Marketing considers the issue of which level four exams IFAs should be putting their staff through.
Five hundred claims have been submitted against Liberty SIPP over failed UCIS investment.
FTAdviser discusses ex-pats, Brexit and the HMRC.
Lawyer Edward Brown says the Pensions Ombudsman's maladministration ruling against the Northumbria Police Authority for its handling of a suspected liberation transfer is an 'uncomfortable' decision.
Oil and miners drive Corporate UK to six-year high profits.
Newton’s chief commercial officer Julian Lynne makes the case for active fund management in defined contribution pensions.
Standard Life Gars has turned positive in July betting on Canada and Brazil. It is still behind its long term return benchmark for one and three years. Will this upturn calm investors’ and advisers’ concerns?