FTSE slides as tech and Brexit ‘oil shock’ fears hit markets
UK stock market falls for third day on fears of slowing economic growth with Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, comparing impact of a Brexit ‘no-deal’ to a 1970s-style oil shock.By Gavin Lumsden - 20 November 2018, 15:42
Breakfast Club: 'Charging 1% on £1 million isn’t right'
NMA audience development executive Ashley Thomas-Walsh had breakfast in Manchester a few weeks ago. His host had a lot to say...
Entries now open for the New Model Adviser® awards!
It's that time of year again to start preparing your entries for the New Model Adviser® awards. Entries close on 26 November so get them in soon!
Soc Gen withdraws legal claim against tech firm FNZ
A legal claim brought against platform tech giant FNZ by Societe Generale has been withdrawn.
FOS review lacks focus on case outcomes, says Morgan
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has pledged to discard the 'Wednesbury reasonableness' test following criticism from the Treasury Select Committee.
Bid for medical firm delivers boost to Woodford and Barnett funds
Shares in healthcare company soar as fund manager backers Neil Woodford and Mark Barnett agree to takeover.
National advice firm departs Caerus as adviser numbers grow
Continuum Financial Services has announced its intention to depart from the Caerus network to become directly authorised.
Waverton looks to protect portfolios with Brexit hedge
MPS head John Bellamy sees value in US equities, while also launching a real assets fund.
The Top 35 Next Generation Advisers 2018
Our list of young financial planners making their mark on the profession returns for a third year.
Aegon signs outsourcing contract with Atos for non-platform business
Aegon has announced a 15-year contract with Atos to service and administer its 1.4 million existing non-platform customers.