News by: William Robins
The government is tipped to relax trivial commutation rules in the Budget 2014, allowing pension pots with up to £10,000 to be cashed in at retirement.
Schroders’ acquisition of Cazenove has boosted profits by 24% to £446 million, making up for £1.5 billion of outflows from its wealth management business.
Barclays' investment banking arm is facing calls from shareholders for a change in management, following its decision to pay out large bonuses on the back of falling profits
O&M Pensions Profiler is an excellent piece of software says paraplanner David Malin.
The government is committed to driving hidden pension charges into the open, but this information will be worthless to members unless there are professionals making decisions on their behalf.
Jeremy Tigue, the manager of the world’s oldest investment trust is to step down after 17 years at the helm.
Prime minister David Cameron is to pledge fresh tax cuts in a bid to appeal to families 'feeling the squeeze’.