Campaigned for by the Investment Association
Another austerity Budget
Reforms put on hold after months of speculation
Changes to tax rules made in last year's Budget
Last year's EU-influenced Budget brought the most significant changes to the VCT sector in over half a decade. Industry specialists reveal how the changes will affect them.
Ex-pensions minister sounds stern warning
New firm called Wealthclub
Owns £120m of shares in parent company Alphabet
Forecasts of an expected supply shortage in the VCT market may yet prove to be unfounded, following the announcement of two new fund raisings from major names in the sector.
Max King, multi-asset portfolio manager at Investec Asset Management, explores the highs and lows of financial markets and business in 2015.
U-turns on tax credit cuts
Smith addressed the NAPF Conference 2015
Osborne has fought the tax
As the alternative investment market reaches its 20th anniversary this week, managers highlight some of the most impressive company successes - as well as the major failures on the junior market - over the past two decades.
It seems like Martin Wheatley's leaving present to the industry is an attempt to tackle the cash deposit market and easier transfers of cash ISAs.
An event highlighting the opportunities, challenges and risks for financial advisers and wealth managers accessing alternative investments returns to London later this year.
HMRC has secured £26.6bn from clamping down on tax avoidance and evasion in the last year, its annual accounts have shown.
Three problems with Osborne's policies
HMRC is to hold regular stakeholder forums to help clarify and develop the rules surrounding EIS, SEIS and VCT schemes.
The personal allowance will increase to £11,000 next year, while the higher-rate tax threshold will rise to £43,000, the Chancellor has said.
Corporation tax is to be cut further, to 18% by 2020, the Chancellor has announced.
High earners have had the tax relief on their pension contributions cut in today's Summer Budget.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced in the Summer Budget that banks will face a new 8% surcharge on profits.
Chancellor George Osborne has announced new rules to abolish permanent non-domicile status in today's emergency Budget.