The opening up of the retirement income market will drive the emergence of more adviser-provider partnerships, according to Foster Denovo.
Lifesearch has announced it is working towards partnership status in the next five years with profits shared among staff.
The recent Treasury response to the European Mortgage Credit Directive (MCD) appears to suggest that mortgages will not be regulated, with a very few exceptions - these appear to be where somebody has become an accidental landlord, through inheritance or renting to buy another property.
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A paper commissioned by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found ‘problems at every stage’ in the way firms deal with vulnerable consumers.
Tesco is readying itself for a market share grab with plans to extend its distribution beyond its shop front to mortgage brokers for the first time next year.
Mortgage Advice Bureau Group increased its seller numbers 22% by 113 from 521 to 634 in 12 months last year.
Mortgage Solutions is proud to announce the tenth anniversary of the British Mortgage Awards 2015 with exciting revisions to its award categories, acknowledging stand out achievements and reflecting the industry's excellence.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined and banned two former senior executives of inter-dealer broker Martin Brokers for compliance and cultural failings at the firm.
Patrick McIntosh, a chartered financial planner and director at adviser firm KMG has reached the South Pole on his expedition to raise funds for charities.
An adviser trade association has called on the regulator to ensure final guidance on social media channels is clear after a member poll found over a third unaware the watchdog was investigating the issue.
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA) has appointed Abbey Legal Protection to provide a free legal advice line for its members.
Financial advice should be grouped by type of service and given price tags to break down the barriers consumers often face when shopping for it, Unbiased chief executive Karen Barrett has suggested.
Consumers are put off seeking regulated advice because they don't know how to judge its quality, research commissioned by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) suggests.
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