Standard Life has reduced its personal pension charges for its AMPP and SIPP products to boost their appeal to financial advisers' clients.
The first set of graduate trainees at advice network The Openwork Partnership have moved into advice roles after completing their professional exams.
There is no doubt that the Treasury-backed Women in Finance Charter campaign has been a powerful engine of change when it comes to giving women better representation in senior management roles in financial services.
The Financial Services Compensation scheme is investigating Wellington Court Financial Services Ltd over the transfer of client pensions into a SIPP.
The FCA has stepped in to halt regulated business at a Staffordshire IFA firm allegedly taking unauthorised fees totalling over £250,000 from clients, some elderly and vulnerable.
A lack of clear standards and definitions and the risk of greenwashing have been cited as two of the main barriers to financial advisers recommending ESG investments more often to clients.