Winning ways: Cooper Parry Wealth
Cooper Parry Wealth chief executive Stephen Jones explains how a graduate programme helped the firm grow in 2016.
Why IFAs need to campaign for change in 2017
IFAs have a chance to have their voice heard on issues such as the FSCS levy in 2017.
Apfa head says FCA must control FSCS Sipp claims
Apfa director general Chris Hannant has said the regulator needs to deal with the issue of rising Sipp claims falling on the FSCS.
PFS: IFAs need to rethink how they present cost of advice
Personal Finance Society (PFS) chief executive Keith Richards told New Model Adviser® why advisers need to rethink how they present the value and cost of advice.
Ian Kenny provides a 'complement to cash holdings'
The bond fund manager outlines how his optimal duration is three to three-and-a-half years.
Andrzej Pioch's Brexit and Trump asset allocation
The LGIM multi-asset fund manager explains his asset allocation decisions in the wake of the Brexit vote and the Trump electoral win.
Aberdeen: how we will revive BlackRock Income
Aberdeen fund managers Mike Brooks and Tony Foster discuss their plans to turn round BlackRock Income Strategies Trust (BIST).
How a JPM manager exploits behavioural biases
John Baker, manager of the JP Morgan Europe Dynamic ex-UK fund, explains how he applies the principles of behavioural finance
Henderson's Hermon: Getting back on track after Brexit
Citywire A-rated manager Neil Hermon reveals his top smaller companies picks and how he has navigated the fallout from the UK's EU referendum vote.
Novia: don't shake up platform fees at the cost of transparency
Novia chief executive Bill Vasilieff explains why platform fee should not be overhauled if it means less transparency.
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