FTSE rallies as dovish Draghi can't stop euro surge
FTSE 100 builds gains but eurozone markets fall into red as dovish tone from Mario Draghi can't stop euro soaring.
FCA tells property funds to up liquidity management
Property funds were justified in halting or penalising redemptions in the aftermath of Brexit the watchdog has concluded
Phil Young: don't describe DB transfer short cuts as 'outsourcing'
Caught between client and another party, advisers must ensure they make it completely clear they are acting only as introducers rather than attempting to pass on their responsibility.
FSCS opens compensation door at failed wealth firm
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) declared failed wealth firm Arjent in default.
Revealed: FCA's Sipp cap-ad chaos as 14 firms send wrong info
Three Sipp firms are still failing to meet their cap ad requirements, a freedom of information request has shown, while 14 submitted the wrong details to the FCA.
Firm with pension transfer suspension on FSCS list
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) will pay out for 25 firms in default, including an IFA firm censured by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for breaking a voluntary restriction on Sipp switches.
FCA visits nine advice firms in DB transfer review
Freedom of information request reveals further details of the FCA's DB transfer review.
Revolut to launch online investment proposition
Pre-paid debit card, currency exchange and peer-to-peer payments app Revolut will launch an online investment proposition.
IoD warns May businesses ‘still in the dark’ about Brexit
The Institute of Directors (IoD) has warned that businesses are still ‘in the dark’ about Brexit with only one in 10 having started to implement contingency plans.
Replatforming is more expensive than we expected, admits Ascentric
Royal London-owned platform Ascentric said it preferred to have the spend of its re-platforming project to date written off as an impairment cost rather than have it on the balance sheet for years to come.
Video: Sea of opportunity in Europe has tide turning for earnings
Liontrust’s Olly Russ and Oisin O’Leary welcome the uptick in European corporate earnings, but warn an abrupt halt to quantitative easing could increase volatility
Clive Woodward: How to live in a no 'if only' environment
In this episode Clive Woodward explains that failure to work on the business, rather than just in it, creates real risk you will be overtaken by a competitor.
Adviser Profile: Ailsa Brown of Gilliland Neilson Brown
Ailsa Brown’s hands-on, listening-focused approach as well as her attention to the nitty-gritty, is quietly winning over clients at Gilliland Neilson Brown.