Our usual way of life has been turned upside down by the global pandemic. Thankfully, due to the exceptional role out of the UK Covid-19 vaccination programme, the hope that life will return to some semblance of normality is a realistic prospect.
The rules of financial regulation were effectively torn up and rewritten this week after the Government stepped in and launched a £120m compensation fund for victims of the London Capital & Finance collapse.
Government plans to increase the age that savers can first access their pensions from 55 to 57 risk creating a “retirement lottery”, according to investment platform AJ Bell.
Feeling financially confident is no substitute for the benefits of financial advice, according to new research.
Half of consumers aged 55-74 now expect any property they own to be taken into consideration by their adviser when retirement planning, according to new research.
A new Treasury Committee report on the future of green finance has called on the government and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to consider climate labelling for financial products to tackle “greenwashing”.