Deal first announced in August 2016
Six-strong offering with £50,000 minimum investment
Will offer full range of funds
Now accounts for a quarter of investment approaches
Is Standard Life/Axa deal a watershed moment?
Worries FAMR may hamper suitability of advice
Regulator clarifies expectations
Media coverage dismissed as a 'storm in a teacup'
Other affected investors urged to come forward
Non-exec role at annuity specialist
Spiralling costs prompt sale
Report is a tacit admission of 'RDR failure'
More than half of advisers (53%) have found the transition to the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) either smooth or very smooth, according to research published today.
Baker Tilly has announced it would pay cash for RSM Tenon, following an investors' notice last week that it was considering the acquisition.
IFA acquirer and wealth manager Bellpenny has acquired Walton on Thames-based IFA Entire Wealth Management.
Investors who claimed tax relief on shares in failed start-up companies face a criminal probe by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) into their investments amid a crackdown on aggressive tax planning.
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has charged two former brokers at RP Martin Holdings Limited with offences of conspiracy to defraud in connection with the investigation into LIBOR manipulation.
Chase de Vere today announced steep losses for 2012 of £11.2m, impacted by the £14.4m set aside to cover the costs of its Keydata legal battle and compensating clients sold Arch cru and payment protection insurance.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued its largest ever fine on a retail sole trader - nearly £1m - for sale and rent back failings.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned and issued its largest ever fine of nearly £1m on a retail sole trader for sale and rent back failings.
Members of life and pensions mutual Royal London have agreed to proposals to acquire the life insurance and asset management businesses of the Co-operative Banking Group.
Legacy commission still accounted for more than half of adviser income at end of March, according to research released today.
The number of financial advisers with chartered status has increased 24% year on year, according to a document released by the Chartered Institute of Insurance (CII) today.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined J.P. Morgan International Bank Limited (JPMIB) £3,076,200 after identifying a series of failings within its wealth management business.
Morningstar has launched a managed portfolio service for advisers, offering access to five risk/reward profiles.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) was ineffective in its role as overseer of the financial services sector because it failed to deliver a good balance of 'prudential' and 'conduct' regulation, according to the chief executive of the Prudential Regulation...
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has charged two men with promoting and marketing an unauthorised investment scheme.
Banking giant HSBC has proposed reducing staff numbers by 1,149 as part of a restructure of its wealth business.
Aviva is to reduce its staff numbers by 2,000 over the next six months - a 6% reduction of its global workforce.
Santander has confirmed it has pulled out of the investment advice market resulting in the loss of 724 jobs.
One in ten advisers are now restricted compared with one in 30 in Q4 2012, and this will increase to one in six by the end of the year, research predicts.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced that corporation tax will be cut to 20% in April 2015.
The UK's new-look regulator - the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - has hired Schroders chief executive Michael Dobson to its practitioner panel ahead of its conversion into its new structure.
Regulators will establish a dedicated wealth management department within the incoming Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) that will help "intensify" the regulatory focus on the sector.
Aviva has scrapped plans to add a group ISA and group SIPP to its employee benefits platform, Work:Life.
A Financial Services Authority (FSA) audit report into the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR)scandal has found the regulator failed in at least three key areas which meant it did not realise the rate was being fixed.
Sanlam Private Wealth has acquired the client bank of two more financial planning companies as part of its drive to increase its presence in the UK.
A former head of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) who stepped down after he was accused by MPs of lying has been hired by HSBC to advise on honesty, according to reports.
AXA Wealth has cut its sales team by 30 staff in a bid to restructure the business following the completion of several projects.
National wealth manager, Bellpenny, has acquired Monmouthshire Independent Financial Advisers (MIFA), a subsidiary of Monmouthshire Building Society.
An online petition calling for Hector Sants' nomination for a knighthood to be withdrawn has received more than 1,000 signatures.
Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is publishing the photographs of more than 30 of last year's biggest tax cheats as part of a tax evasion campaign.
Investors embroiled in the CF Arch cru funds scandal are unlikely to benefit from a global compensation settlement, despite several MPs campaigning on their behalf, according to a government minister.
Hector Sants, the former chief executive of the Financial Services Authority, has joined Barclays.
Friends Life has confirmed 150 jobs are under threat of redundancy as part of an ongoing company restructure and cost-cutting plan.
Ex-Threadneedle chairman Simon Davies has joined the board of national advisory firm, Intrinsic, as a non-executive director.