Exclusive: MPs call for advisers' verdicts on RDR
IFAs should write to the Treasury select committee about their feelings on the success or failure of the retail distribution review (RDR), according to chair Nicky Morgan MPBy Ollie Smith - 18 January 2019, 10:37
Ex-MAS chief Rookes chief moves to Pension SuperFund
Former Money Advice Service chief executive Caroline Rookes has been appointed to the board of trustees at The Pension SuperFund
FCA visits five Sipp firms after chief exec's claims warning
The Financial Conduct Authority visited five Sipp firms in the weeks following a warning letter being sent to chief executives about potential compensation claims, New Model Adviser® understands
May invites opposition to Brexit talks
Theresa May's government survived a vote of no confidence yesterday evening to avoid a general election, as the prime minister said she would speak to opposition leaders on Brexit
Advisers face fee pressure with Mifid & markets 'double whammy'
IFAs’ charges and their model portfolios are about to come under intense scrutiny thanks to the ‘double whammy’ of new Mifid II disclosure requirements and stock market gloom
Must watch: Tim Shipman's take on our big bowl of Brexit tweets
At our annual conference last week, Ollie Smith was joined by Sunday Times political editor Tim Shipman to rifle through a big bowl of Brexit tweets.
Interview: Morgan says parliament won't allow 'no deal'
Today MPs will hold a 'meaningful vote' on Theresa May's withdrawal agreement. Remember our interview with Treasury select committee chair Nicky Morgan from last year? Here are her views on a 'no deal' scenario
Brett Davidson: RDR was just a starting point
Five years on from the implementation of the retail distribution review (RDR), has it changed things for the better?
FCA needs innovation to tackle 'complacent' advice models
Ahead of the RDR review, it is a good time to take stock of the current state of the UK financial advice market.
Radical advice reforms proposed as FCA's RDR review looms
Ahead of the upcoming RDR review, Jack Gilbert explores the improvements that have come about as a result of the reforms and a radical suggestion to close the advice gap.