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
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.
Better business: how to recruit like a boss
Despite laudable efforts to stem the problem, the financial planning profession is still struggling to recruit. Are there any quick fixes? Ian Horne finds out, in this final episode of better business.
Long hours, stress & faffing: how to get back on track
In the fourth episode of Ian Horne's look at improving businesses, he chats to Nicola Watts and Michelle Hoskin about stopping a crisis before it happens.
Platform CEOs: clients will pay £1.5bn replatforming bill
In the second instalment of our platform CEO roundtable, Nucleus chief executive David Ferguson said IFAs and their clients will be the ones ‘who pay’ for replatforming projects which have cost £1.5 billion.
Better business: How to strike a work life balance
In the next episode of Ian Horne's look at best practice, he chats to Michelle Hoskin and Ian Painter about improving work life balance in the financial planning profession.
CEO Tapes: ESG - we need to get better at the 'G'
In the second part of our CEO series, we explore the burgeoning ESG concept with fund bosses outlining how they try to make a difference.
Quilter chief: we should be open about mental health
In an exclusive interview with Citywire, Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney talks about the very personal reason he wants to see an end to mental health stigma.
CEO Tapes: women - ask what's in it for you?
In a new CEO series, a revealing film discusses the myth that asset management is a meritocracy and why men tend to be more pushy when it comes to pay rises and promotions.
'An irrelevant and dangerous question': Train on rates fears
Finsbury Growth & Income manager gives short shrift to argument higher interest rates will erode the value of big consumer brands he owns.