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AJ Bell prepares for float in choppy waters
AJ Bell will publish the prospectus for its initial public offering at the end of November, but it will float in more difficult market conditions than when the plans were originally announced.By Jack Gilbert - 15 November 2018, 14:38
Work and Pensions secretary McVey resigns
Brexit secretary Dominic Raab and work and pensions secretary Esther McVey both resigned from cabinet this morning, leaving prime minister Theresa May’s government hanging by a thread.
2plan founder steps down after Openwork buys remaining stake
The founder and managing director of national IFA 2plan has stepped down from his senior position at the advice firm.
FSCS hit with 1,400 mis-selling claims against Beaufort Securities
The FSCS has received 1,400 mis-selling claims over collapsed stockbroker and discretionary fund manager (DFM) Beaufort Securities.
Ex-Fidelity strategy head joins Aegon's platform team
Aegon has appointed ex-Fidelity veteran Ed Dymott to develop its proposition and look for new platform opportunities.
PruFund net inflows reach £6.6bn in 2018
M&G Prudential’s PruFunds range has seen net inflows of £6.6 billion in the first nine months of 2018, taking the funds’ assets to £42.9 billion.
Benchmark & SEI strike 7yr deal to join Lloyds's advice ambitions
Benchmark Capital’s platform Fusion Wealth has extended its partnership with SEI for another seven years as the pair gear up for growth from Lloyds’ advice return.
SJP, Brewin & Rathbones backed to benefit from DB transfers
An RBC note has tipped SJP, Brewin Dolphin and Rathbones to see their share prices further boosted by a continued rise in DB transfers.
Robo evestor rebrands in online advice push
Digital adviser evestor is rebranding its business to accommodate a focus on its online advice offering.
PruFund unit price falls after October market slump
One of the PruFunds has seen a fall in its unit price on the back of a torrid October for global equity markets.