Retirees worldwide will outlive their savings by a decade and women will fare even worse on average, according to a report from respected thinktank the World Economic Forum.
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has launched a new ‘Our History”’ website dedicated to bringing to life the heritage of the organisation and the evolution of the insurance profession over the years.
New research from Willis Owen has revealed that eight of the worst-performing UK ‘dog’ funds of 2018 experienced a “significant” rebound of up to 19% this year.
Financial Planners are increasingly turning to technological solutions to help them better engage with clients or run their business more effectively.
The managing director of a Chartered Financial Planner in Cheshire is celebrating 10 years in business and revealed her top tips for building a business and looking after clients.
Billionaires around the world saw their wealth increase in 2017 to a record £6.8 trillion held by 2,158 individuals.
Almost 15% of UK HNW investors are women, equivalent to 50,000 individuals and the largest female HNW population in Europe, according to new research.
Life expectancy at birth in the UK declined slightly in the period 2015 to 2017 after many years of increasing, according to ONS data released today.
The former Pensions Minister has attacked the Government's decision to abandon a “potential lifesaver” for thousands of people.
Readers of Financial Planning Today are divided over the Paraplanning standard, with slightly more against it than in favour, a poll has suggested.
A pensions analyst has branded a major Government report on fairness and affordability of the state pension ‘underwhelming’.
About four out of ten readers have given the CISI’s first ever Financial Planning conference an ‘excellent’ rating in an online poll.
Life Planning has become a popular style of Financial Planning among UK planners over the last few years. Our sister magazine Financial Planner recently interviewed the US-based founding father of Life Planning George Kinder to ask him about how the model is developing here in the UK and what the future holds.
Britain's job-hungry graduates have plenty of opportunites in Financial Planning but are they aware of the opening's available to them? Laura Dew reports on the challenges.