Why MPs should receive subsidised financial advice
Giving MPs more benefits might seem outrageous, but it could help make politics more inclusive and bring home the value of financial planning to legislatorsBy Ollie Smith - 23 April 2019, 13:24
117 not out: Leicester IFA extends cricket club partnership
Leicester-based IFA Rowley Turton has partnered with Leicestershire County Cricket Club’s business club
Meet the firm offering financial planning for £40 a month
‘I have spoken to chief executives and people earning hundreds of thousands of pounds. But also people at the opposite end of the scale, who have no real wealth’
FCA goes round in circles on contingent charging
In this week's podcast Ollie Smith is joined by NMA senior reporter Jack Gilbert to discuss the FCA's business plan, published last week
Shell and BP lift FTSE to six-month high as Thomas Cook flies
Oil majors buoy FTSE 100 as crude hits 2019 high while 'small-cap' travel group Thomas Cook jumps on takeover reports.
Schroders faces investor backlash over family appointment
Glass Lewis has urged Schroders investors to rebel against the appointment of the daughter of the late Bruno Schroder to its board and 'excessive' bonuses at the firm
Succession handed £100m acquisition war chest
National advice firm Succession Wealth has been given access to over £100 million from private equity backers to fund a raft of advice firm acquisitions, New Model Adviser® can reveal.
Monzo plots 'Hargreaves for millennials' fund offering
According to The Times, Monzo is in talks with BlackRock, Fidelity and Vanguard about offering low-cost funds
Tuesday Papers: Barclays to cut bonuses for investment bankers
And an heir to the Walt Disney fortune has described the $65.6 million paid to the company’s chief executive as “insane”.
Overnight Markets: Wall Street ends mostly higher ahead of big-name earnings
Kimberly-Clark Corp rose 5.4%, touching a near two-year high, after the consumer products maker reported better-than-expected earnings.