What Facebook’s privacy blunder means for tech
Earlier this week, the US Federal Trade Commission began investigating Facebook over privacy concerns around data used to influence the US election. Shares in the social media giant began to slide quickly after, but could this be a blow for all tech stocks?
UK and Aussie regulators ink enhanced fintech agreement
The Financial Conduct Authority and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission have signed an enhanced fintech cooperation agreement.
Gallery 22 Mar 18
Three insights into unsettling pension freedoms data
The Financial Conduct Authority has released figures on pension freedoms that product providers have described as “concerning” and “do not make for comfortable reading”. International Adviser spoke to industry experts to get their thoughts on the data.
News 21 Mar 18
STM responds to Nigel Green’s ‘best of bad bunch’ comment
International sipp provider STM has responded to recent comments made by deVere founder Nigel Green to sell his shares in the company, in a statement to International Adviser.
Another Real Madrid star faces jail term over tax fraud
Former Real Madrid star Xabi Alonso is facing a possible five-year jail term after Spanish authorities accused him of tax fraud.