Following business secretary Vince Cable’s letter to FTSE 100 companies over executive pay, we take a look at some of the biggest winners in financial services for 2013.
Tim Jones, chief executive of Nest, has his hands full after the Budget forced a rethink on its investment strategy and issued an edict on universal ‘free’ advice on pension pots.
Jamie Gordon of Lynas Vokes Investment uses Parmenion to help him provide smaller clients with a low-cost, light-touch service that does not feel cheap.
Imelda de Bruin's favourite bit of technolgoy is Prestwood cash flow planning.
So you’re a financial planner who survived the RDR. You’ve done the groundwork, the next challenge is to give your client proposition a boost and help your business flourish.
Overcome a growth barrier that is common to many advice firms by following seven simple steps that will enable you to scale up assets under advice and turnover, writes Brett Davidson, chief executive of Mode FP.
Sarah Pitard meets Sebastian Hurst of London-based AS Financial, a professional rugby player and ‘pensions man’ who aims to be top of his game both on and off the pitch.
Robin Melley is aiming to grow Matrix Capital tenfold by reeling in more niche business, following the national contract the firm landed with NS&I.
An IFA has left the advice sector to set up an outsourced paraplanning firm that specialises in inheritance tax (IHT) and trusts.
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