An accounts manager who tried to hide the fact that restaurants had not given their staff workplace pensions has been ordered to pay £5,000.
A worrying case reported on last week by Financial Planning Today and widely read will reverberate for some time to come - and not in a good way.
Openwork, one of the UK’s biggest financial advisory networks, has appointed Carrier Morris from AXA to be its new chief people officer.
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has launched a beta version of an online calculator, which works out consumers’ likely financial entitlements if they are unable to work due to illness or injury.
National IFA network firm Tenet Group has recruited a new chief executive - Mark Scanlon - to replace current CEO Martin Greenwood who is to retire this year.
FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey has delivered a keynote speech on the ‘wealth of diversity’ - urging more organisations to follow the FCA’s lead in increasing representation of women and minorities.