Ex-adviser jailed for six years over fraud
Former adviser Darren Say has been sentenced to six years in prison on two counts of fraud.
Royal London chief: annuity bad practice repeating in non-advised drawdown
Phil Loney says in the company’s results providers are repeating the same ‘poor practice’ from annuity sales with non-advised drawdown.
London IFA hires trainee amid plans to expand North
Rose & North has hired a trainee financial planner and is looking to expand the business in to Norwich.
Notes from the road: DB transfers quadruple firm's PII costs
In the first of blogs from the Business Leaders Forum, Citywire's Ian Horne tells how an IFA saw his professional indemnity insurance quote rise four times because of DB transfer jitters.
'We won’t carp on about regulatory fees,' says advice trade body
New Model Adviser sat down with Liz Field, chief executive of the newly-established Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association, to discuss the recent Apfa merger.
Aegon and P2P lender Funding Circle announce £160m deal
The agreement for 12 months will see Aegon provide loans to small UK businesses.
TV child genius says he wants to be an IFA 'to help people'
A 12 year old start of Channel 4's Child Genius show has told an interviewer he would like to be a financial adviser when he grows up so he can help others.
FTSE slides after major Wall Street sell off
The FTSE 100 lost 50 points in early trade in reaction to the biggest fall for the S&P 500 in three months.
Former adviser found guilty in pension fraud trial
Former adviser Darren Say has been found guilty on two counts of fraud.
FCA sends questionnaires to Cape Verde hotel investors
The regulator is ‘conducting enquiries’ into the overseas hotel development company which featured in a BBC documentary last year.
Robo roundtable: Restricted advice like buying an ill-fitting suit
Three leaders of robo advice firms discuss whether they offer advice, and offer their opinions on the advice vs guidance distinction, in the first of our series of videos.
Brexit won’t break us, says Janus Henderson co-chief
Video: In the third part of our exclusive series, Andrew Formica offers his opinions on the role politics will play in the AM industry's future.
Adviser Profile: Ian Browne and Helen Lindo of Russell Ulyatt
Ian Browne and Helen Lindo want to expand Russell Ulyatt, but having learned a harsh lesson when overreaching too soon, they have tightened procedures and have long-term plans in place