Sunday Papers: Poundland showdown with key creditors
And Lloyds taps £20 billion of Bank of England funds to boost profits rather than lending.
Saturday Papers: Persimmon chairman quits in bonus row
And Unilever has received a binding offer from KKR to buy brands such as Flora and I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter for €6.8 billion.
British Steel: three more firms agree to cease pension transfers
Three more firms have reached voluntary agreements with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to cease pension transfer business, amid fears over advice given to British Steel Pension Scheme members.
Persimmon chairman quits over boss's £100m bonus
Nicholas Wrigley quits house builder over failure to cap bonus structure that could net chief executive Jeff Fairburn £100 million.
LEBC acquires Bristol IFA in £5m deal
National advice firm LEBC has acquired Bristol-based IFA Aspira Corporate Solutions.
Fairytale of financial advice: 7 Christmas songs rewritten for IFAs
We take a cheeky look at the yuletide tunes Neil Woodford, Theresa May and the FCA choir might be singing this year.
The five best equities ETFs markets to choose for 2018
The bull market still looks intact, so here’s a guide for low-cost passive investors to invest in 2018
Old Mutual nearing £550m deal for funds business
Richard Buxton, chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors, is on the brink of announcing a £550 million buyout of the single strategy arm of the business.
Standard Life Aberdeen sees outflows continue after merger
Total outflows across the company were up to £23.8 billion from £23 billion in 2016.
Podcast: New Model Adviser®'s review of the year
In the fourth edition of the New Model Adviser® podcast, we look back at the three most significant news stories of the year and what they mean for the advice profession.
Mark Barnett exclusive part 2: why I'm not buying Lloyds
In the second part of our exclusive video interview, Barnett explains why he has no intention of buying Lloyds, and where he sees the greatest income opportunities.
Mark Barnett goes back to basics after 'frustrating' run
Invesco Perpetual Income and High Income manager says he has re-examined some of his major holdings after heavy share price falls.
Adviser Profile: Keith Churchouse of Chapters Financial
Keith Churchouse already has reason for Christmas cheer as Chapters Financial continues to grow at an impressive rate. He now wants his revamped robo-advice proposition to deliver the gift of advice to the masses