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1. Government must help meet the needs of the elderly

Being able to congratulate the FCA, while not by any means a first, is not something I am able to do regularly.

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By Ken Davy
2. "A princely way of looking at succession issues"

Seeing all the stories about Prince George starting school set me thinking about longevity and business succession issues for financial advisers.

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By Ken Davy
3. Adviser Landscape

SimplyBiz Group Chairman, Ken Davy, gives us his unique perspective on the biggest industry issues of recent months.

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By Ken Davy

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"Please, Mr Provider, could we have some more?"

May 23, 2018

When Dickens’ Oliver Twist famously said “Please, sir, I want some more”, every reader or audience member knew that there was plenty available and his need for ‘more’ should have been satisfied. I feel somewhat the same in respect of the outcome of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme review.

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Liz Coyle: Your Senior Managers & Certification Regime refresher

May 17, 2018

Liz Coyle, Compliance Policy Manager for The SimplyBiz Group, recaps the key aspects of next year's big rules change.

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SimplyBiz Group's Centra investment system has attracted 1500 users

May 14, 2018

Dan Russell, MD of SimplyBiz Investment Services, expresses his delight with the speed and enthusiasm with which Centra, the end-to-end investment service, has been embraced by advisers.

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"Ending 'phoenixing' is a matter of political will"

May 10, 2018

The government minister, Robert Jenrick, recently highlighted that the practice of ‘phoenixing’ can be deeply corrosive to public trust in the system which is progressively passed on to the whole of our economy. While this is undoubtedly true, what I find so depressing is that after all these years the debate had to take place at all.

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