Barclays has won the war on pay packages after three quarters of its shareholders voted in favour of the bank’s 2013 remuneration report.
Standard Life has led shareholder anger over Barclays’ bonus payouts and has announced it will vote against its remuneration report for 2013.
Aegon is set to apply the 0.75% auto-enrolment charge cap in August, ahead of the April 2015 deadline.
The Pensions Regulator has found 15 businesses failed auto-enrolment compliance procedures, with one miscalculating pension payments by over £108,000.
Paradigm is set to launch an online service to help advisers service lower-end clients.
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned advisers are driving up their costs by being 'over-compliant.'
The Financial Conduct Authority's closed-book review could be the catalyst for the end of trail commission according to SimplyBiz.
Canada Life’s UK chief executive Ian Gilmour is to step down from his role and be replaced by chief operating officer Douglas Brown.
Cofunds is revisiting launching investment trusts and exchange-traded funds after ditching its tie-up with Barclays Stockbrokers for the service last year.
Henderson Global Investors has increased its funds under management to £79 billion boosted by strong demand in its UK retail business.
London-based advisory and accountancy firm Reeves has signed an outsourcing deal with Brooks Macdonald Asset Management to offer its discretionary investment services.
An independent Scotland faces the risk of an Icelandic-style financial crisis warned Standard & Poor.
Later-life provider Saga is set to announce flotation plans that could value the company at £3 billion.
Apple shares jumped 8.2%, the most in two years, after selling more iPhones than analysts predicted.
And AstraZeneca has announced the possible sale or spin-off of non-core units in the wake of speculation over a $100 billion takeover by Pfizer.
(Update) The FTSE 100 shed its gains after Russia's defence minister warned the West to stop its 'military machine' in eastern Europe.
Scottish Widows has appointed ex-Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) director Nick Prettejohn as its new chairman.
Shares declined after reports showed weakness in home sales and global manufacturing.
And the mood in Britain's factories is at its most upbeat in more than 40 years, a survey by the CBI shows.
Scottish Widows has appointed Stuart Paton Evans to a newly created role concentrated on growing and the developing new retirement income solutions covering annuities and income drawdown.