SJP, Brewin & Rathbones backed to benefit from DB transfers
An RBC note has tipped SJP, Brewin Dolphin and Rathbones to see their share prices further boosted by a continued rise in DB transfers.
Brexit splits the stock market and UK fund managers
Brexit turmoil split the stock market in half yesterday, boosting overseas earners and punishing domestic stocks. UK fund managers are equally divided.
Saturday Papers: Facebook shares fall as Sandberg defends position
And Cabinet 'gang of five' are planning to force Theresa May into last-minute Brexit changes.
FSCS bill over jailed IFA brothers rises to £5.3m
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned two Norwich-based advisers jailed for defrauding over 200 clients of £17 million.
SJP launches mental health first aid course for staff
The firm said it has seen 'significant' interest from staff for the course after it was promoted on World Mental Health Day last month.
Paul Marriage: six small-caps I'm happy to buy right now
With market uncertainty set to continue, Paul Marriage reveals six of the UK small-cap names he is happy to buy right now.
Surrey IFA turns to robo-advice as it eyes AIM float
Martin Crawley-Boevey of Surrey-based PK Group is keen to hammer home the importance of keeping up to date with technology.
Adviser profile: Paul Cleworth of Tandem Financial
Paul Cleworth says he would be a hypocrite if he did not follow the advice he gives Tandem Financial clients to create the lifestyle they crave.
Amber Rudd named work and pensions secretary
The former Home Secretary Amber Rudd has been appointed as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
A £1m retirement pot won't go far
After the storm of savings that is working life, the ensuing rainbow of retirement comes into view, but a saver’s pot of gold is being jeopardised by government meddling on large pots.