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Following a few days of turbulence in the markets, we have brought together the very best minds from the financial planning industry to discuss how you should go about talking to your clients about the performance of their portfolios.
‘It is too early to call the end of the bull market,’ says a fund manager as FTSE 100 sets course to record first week of gains after February crash.
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has upheld a claim against troubled wealth firm Beaufort Securities, as it continues to look into a ‘steady stream’ of cases against the company.
Seven Investment Management’s Justin Urquhart Stewart joins Jack Gilbert and Will Robins in the New Model Adviser® studio to talk about managing clients’ money and what to do in turbulent times.
Tatton Investment Management, the asset management firm of AIM-listed Tatton Asset Management, has launched an OEIC that mirrors its discretionary fund management service.
Sipp firm Carey Pensions UK has told some members their Sipp will be transferred into a ‘distressed’ book of business which would include ‘members with illiquid non-standard assets'.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) is preparing to declare the IFA at the centre of the British Steel saga in default.
And Uber is facing fresh regulations from Transport for London ahead of licence appeal.
Apple jumped 3.36% after Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway made the iPhone maker its top investment.
Despite high levels of uncertainty fuelled by Brexit and geopolitical events, platforms enjoyed a record year of gross and net sales, and assets under management. Click on to see the key conclusions from Fundscape's report on the state of platforms.
FTSE 100 and global stock markets continue recovery despite renewed fixed income sell-off on strong US inflation.
Three IFAs weigh in on why they avoid contingent fees on DB transfers, and give their verdict on the Work and Pensions Select Committee's proposal to ban them.
JP Morgan Asset Management's Talib Sheikh has joined Jupiter Asset Management as its head of multi-asset strategy.
Sifa founder and chairman Ian Muirhead will retire at the end of March, the firm has announced.
As the parliamentary work and pensions select committee publishes a damning report on the British Steel pensions saga, we round up all the report's most important revelations and recommendations.
Aviva's platform technology problems continue as clients have suffered delays to their income payments following the move to a system provided by FNZ.
Lloyds has dropped Standard Life Aberdeen from a mandate that saw it run £109 billion of Scottish Widows clients' pension investments.
Multi-asset veteran ends two decades with asset management firm.
And GKN aims to return £2.5 billion to shareholders over the next three years.