- Adviser News
Jack Barrat has joined Charley Stanley’s fund division, Matterley Asset Management, as an assistant fund manager.
The Royal Bank of Scotland says all job cuts will come from administration roles.
Transact has toppled Elevate off the top spot in The Platforum Market Monitor for Q2.
Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom also rails against state pension reforms hitting savers who previously contracted-in.
MPs George Galloway and Anne Begg backed IFA Centre’s legal case against Capita, but Guy Opperman warned investors may be better off accepting the compensation deal.
Current Suffolk Life MD David Hobbs moves to Cofunds to take the position of managing director of operational services.
Cofunds director of marketing Verona Smith is the latest senior member to announce their departure from the platform.
Alliance Trust is set to close its North American Equity and European Equity funds at the end of June following a review of the business.
FCA director of supervision Clive Adamson says the regulator is looking at if the RDR has been a success so far.
Intermediaries see eurozone growth as one of the biggest macroeconomic challenges to investment growth over the next six months.
Over one-third of UK investors plan to channel more money into the markets over the coming 12 months, with equities appearing to be more favoured than bonds.
Morningstar Investment Management Europe has launched a managed portfolios service offering UK advisers the choice of five risk/reward profiles.
The exceptional costs relate to FSCS levies and the closure of three offices in 2012.
The platform says it is increasing its efforts to speed up re-registrations.
Conservative MP Mark Garnier says it is “vital” the Treasury select committee conducts a full RDR “hangover investigation”.
Net inflows fall to £498m from £551m in the first quarter of the year.
Davis will be replaced by Legal & General managing director banks and building society partnerships Chris Last.
The Financial Conduct Authority has confirmed that its paper on unregulated collective investment schemes will be delayed “to get it right”.
Matrix Solutions’ April observatory report shows 187 FCA registered individuals have dropped out of the industry.
Firm increases total assets under management 20 per cent, while total business sales rise 79 per cent.