We carried out in-depth interviews with advisers and planners to hear about value from their point of view.
Mark’s updating this week and looking at cash balances on platforms and a now more muscular regulator…
Our Director of Public Affairs, Tom McPhail, reflects on the Autumn Statement and its headline proposal around the idea of a pension pot for life.
The policy papers, proposals and consultations from the Autumn Statement that are worth flagging.
Well, the good news is I’ve been allowed access to the TCWU keyboard again to write another one of these, so I must have done something right last time.
Alison Gay looks at how The Financial Services and Markets Act replaces retained EU law with a ‘Smarter Regulatory Framework’. We’ll see.
Tom McPhail takes us through the Mansion House Reforms and a blizzard of policy papers on pension schemes, retail disclosures and investment pathways.
Our senior public affairs consultant, Alison Gay, reflects on her first year at the lang cat and how regulation has developed in that time.
Is the industry ready for Consumer Duty? Alison Gay looks at the results of an FCA survey of smaller firms in the industry.
This week we’re talking about one of the few remaining truly opaque areas in this business we call show, and that’s the perennial issue of cash on platforms.