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Succession passes £8bn as it overhauls acquisition team
Six acquisitions have taken Succession past £8 billion in assets as the company has changed the way it makes acquisitionsBy Charles Walmsley - 17 June 2019, 09:29
Hargreaves chief to waive £2m bonus amid Woodford storm
Hargreaves Lansdown’s chief executive will forfeit a £2.1 million bonus, amid a furore over his firm’s support of Neil Woodford.
M&G Pru closes 4 offices as 400 staff moved to Edinburgh
The provider is closing offices in Reading, Chelmsford and two London
FSCS to accept claims as £130m Sipp provider collapses
GPC Sipp, which provides pension administration for Guardian Pension Trustees, has become the latest Sipp firm to collapse
Clifton hits acquisition trail as Plan For Life joins 'network'
The purchase of Plan For Life is the 'first step' in a plan to acquire firms in geographic 'centres of excellence'. Clifton claims its approach will 'disrupt the established advice firm acquisition model'
FCA indicates Woodford could trigger overhaul of fund rules
FCA chief Andrew Bailey has said the suspension of Woodford's fund has raised serious questions about the regulatory approach to illiquid assets.
Hargreaves Lansdown chief issues Woodford apology
Hargreaves Lansdown CEO Chris Hill has apologised to clients who have been left trapped in the Woodford Equity Income fund
Aviva to reduce headcount by 1,800 in fresh overhaul
Aviva is to reduce staff headcount by 1,300 under efficiency plans that will also see its life and general insurance businesses managed separately.
1825 makes £30m bid for Grant Thornton advice arm, reports
Standard Life Aberdeen's national advice firm 1825 has approached Grant Thornton to buy its advice arm for £30 million, according to Sky News.
Tatton seals double DFM deal with advice giants
Tatton Asset Management has signed two deal to manage money for advice network Tenet group and national IFA Frenkel Topping