Scottish advisers are overwhelmingly against an independent Scotland, according to figures from a Personal Finance Society (PFS) poll.
Product provider Aegon has distanced itself from a view attributed to its head of marketing that advisers have been "disintermediated" and that its future lies in direct relationships with consumers.
A financial adviser has been jailed for five years for stealing a total of £85,000 from his victims in a theft campaign targeting the elderly and the recently bereaved.
UK IFAs are among hundreds of creditors facing severe losses in a £60m investment scheme marketed as low risk but "tainted with illegality", according to the firm's liquidators.
An IFA has left network Intrinsic after he felt he was being nudged towards adopting a restricted proposition following its takeover by Old Mutual.
The first significant lawsuit from the Keydata scandal has been issued against US-based brokerage CRT Capital, according to the Financial Times.
Wonga, the UK's largest payday lender, has been forced to repay £2.6m to customers by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) after the regulator found it sent fake legal letters to borrowers.