Blog: Will SJP be able to escape the FCA's exit charge cap?
Will St James's Place`s argument its exit fees are based on the duration of the investment not the age of the client hold up against the FCA's exit fee cap test?
FCA restricts DFM’s permissions
DFM must act on the instructions of IFAs or clients for service to be classed as regulated, and its managing director is required to stay in weekly contact with the FCA.
Zurich cuts 240 jobs from UK business
Life company Zurich will cut 240 jobs in the UK as part of a business restructure.
London IFA falls victim to fake clone website
London advice firm John Lamb was alerted to a clone of its website by a fraud-victim in Australia.
Consolidator splashes £1.1m to buy two IFAs
Consolidator AFH has bought two IFA firms in deals worth up to £1.1 million.
Standard Life’s 1825 advice business kicks off recruitment drive
Restricted advice firm says new roles are not a replacement for advisers who have left.
Ex-chancellor George Osborne to join BlackRock
Former Chancellor George Osborne will join asset manager BlackRock.
FCA tells IFA to stop regulated activity over Sipp advice
Action taken after the firm failed to comply with voluntary requirements to stop Sipp switches.
UK to exit European single market, May confirms
Prime minister says Britain cannot retain its access to the single market.
Ex-adviser jailed for eight and a half years over £4m fraud
A former adviser has been sentenced to eight and a half years for promoting investments in a Cyprus-based property scheme.
Adviser Profile: Phil Frapple and Chris Rigby of Nexus IFA
Phil Frapple and Chris Rigby have worked tirelessly to progress Somerset-based Nexus IFA from a tight-knit, family-run firm into a serial acquirer of other small businesses