News by: Jun Merrett
National Employers Savings Trust's director John Taylor has left the scheme after just one year in the role.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned against an authorised US firm targeting UK investors.
Following Alliance Trust and Standard Life's threat to move parts of their business to England if Scotland votes for independence, we catch up on where all the major Scottish providers and politicians stand on the issue.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is set to simplify its reporting requirements for adviser charging data through Section K of the Retail Mediation Activities Return (RMAR).
After Hargreaves Lansdown revealed the 27 funds for its Wealth 150+ last weekend, it was asked to explain its choices. Click through the gallery to see what qualities the discount broker looks for in a fund.
Aviva has reversed losses to post a £2.2 billion post-tax profit for 2013 as its UK arm and platform benefit from the retail distribution review.
BlackRock chief executive Larry Fink has called on the British government and pensions industry to make retirement savings compulsory.
Support services provider Threesixty has launched an audit service aimed at financial planning firms.
Adrian Murphy, Neil Bailey and Mark Cardy explain how their firms' names reflect the work they do for clients.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed that platforms can issue unit rebates to clients in any fund they choose, regardless of the original investment.
Friends Life has backed down over a proposed 21% hike in Sipp fees for certain customers.
L&G reported a 10% increase in profit before tax to £1.1 billion for 2013, up from the £1 billion it posted in 2012.
Click through to find out which life companies and networks were the most complained about in the second half of 2013.
Following Hargreaves Landown’s unveiling of its Wealth 150+, New Model Adviser® reporter Jun Merrett looks at which funds made it onto the list and why.
Restricted national advice firm Towry has appointed Linda Payne as its new head of client experience.
Standard Life could ban adviser charging on workplace pension schemes.
European platform company Allfunds Bank has appointed Anna Graziano as its head of operations and proposition.
The Financial Conduct Authority has called on platforms to develop a ‘Plan B’, improve client communication and make further progress on re-registration.
As providers roll out non-advised services to orphan clients, advisers raise fears over client poaching and question whether life companies will remain loyal to IFAs.
Just Retirement has halved its minimum annuity fund size to £2,000 in the wake of the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) review.