It looks like stock market listings are back in fashion for financial services businesses.
SimplyBiz is to float next month raising around £30m for the firm and £34.6m for selling shareholders by placing ordinary shares at 170p each reports Mortgage Strategy. The business will be valued at £130 million.
JPMorgan says that its own Key Investor Document should not be relied upon.
FTAdviser asks can Neil Woodford bounce back again?
The Government is to make risking employee pensions a crime as part of a clampdown surrounding poor practice in the management of DB pensions.
Jargonfreebenefits founder Steve Bee writes in support of the WASPI women in Money Marketing.
Graham Bentley grapples with the issue of closet trackers and suggests that “what we should be looking at is the degree to which a fund is active, versus the associated cost, and the outcome – excess or shortfall.”
Harwood Wealth Management buys AE Financial Services for £4.6m.
Beyond Incryption launches its new secure email service for IFAs.
Gina Miller says it is the EU that is key to establishing transparency in fund management in an interview with Corporate Adviser.
Prudential and M&G are to demerge with the annuity book to be sold.
One fifth of the auto-enrolment market is to switch next year reports Corporate Adviser.