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SJP would escape FCA's exit fee ban, says pensions firm
Online pension provider PensionBee has called for FCA to ban deferred advice fees charged by SJP as part of a wider ban on exit fees
Top advice firm boss Skerritt loses dividend court fight
Skerritt Consultants managing director Richard Skerritt has lost a court battle with a former self-employed adviser at the firm who claimed he was owed a share of over £8 million worth of dividend payments
Rathbones' Smith: seven charts to kill bear fears
Rathbones' head of asset allocation research, Ed Smith, explains why a recession is not yet around the corner
Advisers set to pay £175m FSCS levy in 2019
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has announced an indicative levy of £240 million on the life and pensions inter-mediation class for 2019/20
Keydata boss given 1 February deadline to pay £76m fine
The Financial Conduct Authority has given Keydata founder Stewart Ford until 1 February to pay a £76 million fine
New DWP minister Rudd ‘confident’ Brexit deal will pass parliament
Theresa May's Brexit deal will get through parliament on 10 December, according to the new work and pensions secretary, Amber Rudd.
Budget 2018: FCA to consult on crypto derivatives ban
The government's Cryptoassets Taskforce has announced plans to consult on a potential prohibition of the sale to retail consumers of derivatives referencing certain types of cryptoassets.
FCA to hike FOS compensation limit to £350k
The award limit for complaints submitted to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) will increase from £150,000 to £350,000, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced.
FCA spends further £5 million on senior managers regime
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has drawn down a further £5.2 million for its work on the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SM&CR) until March 2019.
Bitcoin 'millionaire' ad banned after Barclays complaint
A cryptocurrency firm has been banned from running 'misleading' advertising campaigns by the Advertising Standards Authority after a complaint from Barclays.
- Quilter CEO: the City has not tackled its addiction problem 1
- Schroders builds cash ahead of 'obsolete' high street crash
- Aviva Investors' £1bn fund manager loads up on SJP and Schroders
- Barclays and Brewin big winners at CISI’s 26th annual awards
- ‘Unacceptable!’ Nutmeg hits back at new rival’s ‘hidden’ fees 11
What's behind the big wealth client exodus?
The results of EY’s recent global wealth survey serve as a reminder that the customer is always king
Citywire South East: mental health - 'the last great taboo'
In light of Mental Health Awareness Week, we look back at coverage from the mental health panel at our recent South East event in Hampshire.
Mifid II: less research does not always mean better quality
Asset and wealth managers are more careful when deciding who's worth a research paycheck