National newspapers The Times and Sunday Times have teamed up with discount broker Bestinvest to launch an execution-only and financial advice service.
Peter Mann has announced he is set to leave from Old Mutual Wealth.
Conservative pressure group Renewal has proposed to scrap the 40% tax rate to benefit middle earners and introduce a 45% tax rate for earnings exceeding £62,000, according to reports.
The ABI is set to implement three changes for annuity provision in 2015.
HM Revenue & Customs has stepped up its bid to force hundreds of investors, including film stars, footballers and TV personalities, to repay up to £1 billion in tax relief ahead of a major court battle.
Labour plans to cut pensions tax relief for those earning more than £150,000 to fund the centrepiece of its new welfare plans, the Compulsory Jobs Guarantee.
The UK economy is forecast to hit pre-recession highs next quarter, as the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) ups its growth predictions for the UK economy.
(UPDATE) Pound falls as deputy Bank of England governor says further gains would harm the UK's 'rebalancing towards net exports'.
Aviva has launched a flexible drawdown offering for individuals with pensions worth £50,000 or more.
The Association of British Insurers has lent its voice to growing calls for the government to relax the rules around trivial commutation.
And five of Europe’s largest lenders face up to another €10 billion in litigation costs in the next two years.
Stocks fell after reports showed an unexpected slump in Chinese exports and slower growth in Japan than economists had projected.
And WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell has received shares worth almost £23 million as part of the advertising giant’s long-term incentive scheme.
And Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia have urged the US Congress to help them buy American natural gas.
US labour report seen as supporting Federal Reserve's current pace of stimulus 'tapering'.
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.
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).
Advisers using discretionary fund managers need to scrutinise the firm they outsource to, as they will be held responsible if something goes wrong, according to Simon Collins, managing director at Resources Compliance UK.
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.