Theresa May beats Brexit rebels in confidence vote win
May had sought to cast her survival as being potentially critical in seeing through Brexit.By David Campbell - 12 December 2018, 21:12
FTSE and pound extend rally as May odds on to survive vote
(Update) UK stock market and sterling rally as prime minister Theresa May viewed as likely to win this evening's no-confidence vote making a hard Brexit less likely.
Running out of money is the biggest retirement fear
Running out of money is the number one fear when we think about retirement.
Is JP Morgan about to drop the first free ETF in the US?
JPM has filed for a US equity ETF, which analysts argue will need to charge below 0.04% to gain traction. Could it cost nothing at all?
From PI to replatforming: how 20 IFAs tackled 2018's big problems
When we surveyed our readership a few weeks ago, we asked IFAs to tell us the business challenges they were facing this year, and how they were solving them. Here are 20.
SJP buys Surrey-based protection advice specialist
St James's Place (SJP) has acquired Reigate-based specialist protection advice firm Future Proof.
'It's not just about the numbers': FCA defends new DB transfer rules
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has defended the controversial transfer value comparator (TVC) process for defined benefit (DB) transfers in its Live & Local seminars, New Model Adviser® can reveal.
Four tips to deliver a better service to clients
The best advice firms are using technology and partnering with other firms to reduce costs for the end consumer.
12 fund managers to watch in December
Fund managers receiving their first or improved Citywire ratings this month
CMA announces sweeping changes to investment consultant sector
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to introduce a series of sweeping reforms to the investment consultancy sector after finding many pension consultants are getting a ‘worse deal’ by not tendering out fiduciary management contracts.