Asia stocks mixed as investors shrug off German election results
Japanese equities continued their upward trend as the yen declined to ¥112.50 per US dollar.
Monday Papers: London accused of ‘bogus’ Uber ruling
And Angela Merkel is set for fourth term in power but support weakens sharply.
Sunday Papers: Public sector retirement bill soars to £1.8 trillion
And BT plots raid on 80,000 pensioners as the telecoms giant has moved to court to fill £14 billion black hole in retirement scheme.
Saturday Papers: Uber vows to challenge loss of London licence
And Beijing-backed fund to buy Imagination Technologies in £550 million deal.
Emerging Markets 2017 - Presentations
Access the presentations from our event Emerging Markets
Retreat 2017: Advisers split on succession plans
Advisers at the New Model Adviser® Retreat had their say on regulation, Brexit, succession planning and technology.
Lords fight gov't on financial guidance body
Elliot Smith explores the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill, which will establish a new single financial guidance body. Including a clear distinction between advice and guidance would aid both IFAs and the public, and peers are taking up the fight.
Chase de Vere grows medic advice operation with acquisition
The national IFA has expanded its reach into planning for medical professionals with the purchase of a large specialist firm.
Fall in UK borrowing hands Hammond Budget wiggle room
The government could beat its borrowing forecasts for the year leaving the chancellor some valuable ‘wiggle room’ for his upcoming Budget.
EU leaders urged to go with the Flo and agree Brexit transition
Theresa May will make her pitch for a ‘smooth and sensible’ Brexit today in Florence speech. Two year transition to ease single market issue.
Retreat 2017: How advisers approach DB transfers
Three advisers told New Model Adviser® at the 2017 Retreat how the approach the growing demand for DB pension transfers.
Retreat 2017: We can't risk undermining pensions with DB scandal
LEBC public policy director Kay Ingram sets out her concerns about DB pension transfers.
Adviser Profile: Ed Fairey of Fairey Associates
Ed Fairey took a colourful road to financial advice but his firm, Fairey Associates, has made all the right moves to this week achieve chartered status