Active Wealth (UK) collapse leaves £500k PI mystery
Our investigation into the collapse of a firm at the centre of the British Steel pension transfer scandal reveals significant holes in the professional indemnity insurance system.By Charles Walmsley - 24 May 2019, 10:28
Regulation set to clean up ethical investing
A raft of new rules from the EU might be last on an adviser’s wishlist, but it could make it easier to pick the right product and even encourage China to up its ESG efforts
Pound breaks losing streak as May says she will step down on 7 June
Pound snaps losing streak against dollar and euro after Theresa May says she will step down as prime minister on 7 June.
Old Mutual suspends CEO after ‘material breakdown in trust'
Old Mutual has suspended its chief executive Peter Moyo after losing faith in his ability to lead the business
May bail: PM to announce departure date today
Prime Minister Theresa May is set to confirm she will be stepping down as Conservative leader and set a date for her departure.
Friday Papers: Time finally runs out for Theresa May
And US-China trade clash sparks flight to safety as fears mount.
Overnight Markets: US falls on protracted trade war fears
Wall Street declined on Thursday, led by energy and technology stocks, prompting mixed trading in Asia with falls in Japan on fears the US-China trade war is escalating.
Pridham Report: the most popular fund houses in Q1 2019
The latest 'Pridham Report' from investment expert Helen Pridham reveals the precise sales figures for a host of fund managers for the first quarter of 2019. But who comes out on top?
Helm Godfrey goes green with sustainable specialist
London-based firm Helm Godfrey has hired sustainable investment specialist John Ditchfield as it plans to expand its ethical offering for clients
Advice gap is about more than just who can afford it
A new study from OpenMoney looks into the reasons why people are not receiving financial advice and their attitudes towards the profession