New regulations for DB pension transfer advice
Five years on from the introduction of auto-enrolment, and three years on from pension freedoms, the UK retirement planning landscape has undeniably changed. David Denton, head of international technical sales at Old Mutual Wealth, explains.
How can a ‘closed’ insurer be open for business?
Phoenix is widely known as a closed fund consolidator, but chief executive Andy Moss argues that this, in many ways, is a misnomer. In this article, he explains why the recent transaction with Standard Life Aberdeen is a “win-win”.
Why India is the top EM pick
India has a big demographic story, which is among the reasons why it stands out for us, and why it is the largest single country overweight within our emerging markets (EM) equity allocation, says Jaisal Pastakia, investment manager, Heartwood Investment Management.
Features 6 Apr 18
Founder of giant EU adviser training body ‘undimmed’ by Brexit
The founder of the European Financial Planners Association, Josep Soler-Alberti, explains to International Adviser about his mission to educate.
Features 5 Apr 18
Sinister twist for expat finances
The portability of an expat’s financial affairs afforded by the digital revolution for the growing number of those living and working away from their domiciled residence comes with a sinister twist, says Nick Eatock, executive chairman of back office software provider Intelliflo.