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Why advisers should consider getting extra support in their business "Why advisers should consider getting extra support in their business"

07 Feb 2018

With delegation the key to business success, Tom Hegarty, Managing Director of NMBA, discusses why many advisers should consider getting extra support.

"Harnessing technology to advance your business"

01 Feb 2018

Be it due to the continued march of technology or the equally remorseless march or regulation, the world of financial services is facing continuous change.

"How to stay determined and focused in 2018" "How to stay determined and focused in 2018"

17 Jan 2018

Elvis Presley famously coined the phrase “taking care of business” to ensure that, despite the limelight and hysteria surrounding his success, he and his team never lost sight of the importance of doing a good job, efficiently and profitably.

SimplyBiz launches referral service for advisers

31 Jan 2018
The SimplyBiz Group has launched a referral service that allows advisers to access a range of third party solutions in estate planning, care fee planning and commercial insurance.

SimplyBiz to launch end-to-end investment advice system

19 Jan 2018

SimplyBiz Group is to launch an end-to-end financial planning system, Centra, to provide support to advisers throughout the investment advice process.

"Product providers can help reduce the FSCS levy" "Product providers can help reduce the FSCS levy"

24 Jan 2018

I make no apology for returning to the subject of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), as the deadline for responding to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) consultation paper is the end of January.

Adam Tyler to lead new trade body FIBA

15 Jan 2018

The Financial Intermediary & Broker Association, which evolve from the Association of Bridging Professionals, has appointed Adam Tyler as its Chairman.

 

"It's time to put pen to paper on the FSCS levy" "It's time to put pen to paper on the FSCS levy"

10 Jan 2018

The first thing I want to highlight is the opportunity you have right now to help stop the grotesque injustice of the current system of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) funding.

SimplyBiz launches provider-backed referral service

09 Jan 2018

Support services provider SimplyBiz has launched a referral service for its members to help them with retirement planning, equity release and care funding.

SimplyBiz launches GDPR hub for advisers

08 Jan 2018

SimplyBiz has launched a hub for advisers to help them meet the requirements of the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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The shot in the arm that financial advice needs

April 25, 2018

I was invited to say a few words last week to the first group of 16 apprentices, beginning their two-year journey to becoming fully-fledged financial advisers through the New Model Business Academy’s Apprenticeship Programme.

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SimplyBiz Mortgages adds InterBay to panel

April 23, 2018

SimplyBiz Mortgages has added InterBay Commercial to its specialist lender panel.

SimplyBiz members now have access to commercial and semi-commercial lending, buy-to-let and HMO, and bridging loans.

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New data rules risk triggering claims industry

April 13, 2018

Mark Greenwood, Group Regulatory Policy Manager, acknowledges the new rules in GDPR, but adds some useful context for advisers.

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"30 years on, the principal still carries the can"

April 11, 2018

Ken Davy considers the future of networks given recent court rulings on who carries liability for the actions of Appointed Representatives.

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