Pound and FTSE fall as polls show voters shifting to 'Brexit'
Sterling loses ground against the dollar and FTSE 100 drops as two polls show swing towards a 'leave' vote in upcoming EU referendum.
Regulator's advice head talks about suitability shake-up
Linda Woodall explains why the regulator won't be prescriptive on suitability reports.
FCA 'manifestly wrong' to dismiss whistleblower's complaint
The complaints commissioner has ruled the FCA was wrong to dismiss a complaint against two firms which a whistleblower alleged were providing unregulated advice.
Regulator rules out FSCS product levy in funding review
Meeting on Friday called product levy out of scope for review according to the Personal Finance Society's chief executive.
EEA investor group hits out at advisers for 'holding back information'
Investor group criticises advisers for holding information back from clients.
MPs attack ‘misleading’ EU referendum claims
Treasury accused of ‘misrepresenting’ statistics in EU referendum campaign
Diversity crisis: just 10% of fund managers are women
Investment industry under pressure to eradicate ‘macho’ culture after Citywire reveals just 10% of world’s fund managers are women.
Alliance Trust starts strategic review as £5bn merger talks begin
Investment trust RIT has made an 'informal' approach for its rival Alliance Trust, in a move which would create a £5 billion trust.
Woodford set to buy Time Out stake
Neil Woodford’s investment firm is expected to buy a stake in Time Out on its listing, according to Sky.
Tuesday Papers: Hedge funds commission Brexit exit polls
And EDF's Hinkley Point deal over radioactive waste sparked anger as ministers refused to disclose agreement.