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Salmond resigns as SNP leader and Scotland's first minister
Scottish advisers breathe easy as voters reject independence
Scottish financial advisers have expressed relief after their country voted to remain within the United Kingdom.
Student property fund manager loses High Court commission battle
The company behind a student property fund faces footing a bill which could run to hundreds of thousands of pounds after losing a High Court battle with two former UBS wealth managers over commission payments.
Apfa: 'unfair' guidance guarantee levy will cost 5% of adviser profits
Apfa warns guidance guarantee levy could take up 5% of adviser profits.
The Paraplanners appoints director
The Paraplanners has appointed Kim Bendall as a director.
FCA bans and fines ex-SJP adviser £300k
The Financial Conduct Authority has banned Peter Carron, formerly a senior partner at St James’s Place Wealth Management, and fined him £300,000 for misleading clients.
PFS appoints Hants-based IFA as new president
David Thomas has been appointed as the new president of the PFS
IFAs say no to simplified advice but back Budget bounce
The New Model Adviser® Retreat 2014 survey finds most advisers have no plan to offer an online service.
Standard Life loans advisers cash to fund acquisitions
Standard Life has made loans to a number of financial advice firms in an effort to support their growth plans, including the acquisition of other IFAs.
Retreat 2014: FundsNetwork predicts platform exits
FundsNetwork has said smaller platforms are more likely to fold than be bought out and consolidated.