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Why 2018 is the year to go digital

With the new year in full swing, have you enacted your resolutions? As the world adapts to the technological revolution it is time for IFAs to digitalise their work as well.

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MiFID II: A safer, but more boring, future for advised clients

MiFID II runs to 1.7m paragraphs and covers all aspects of trading in European financial markets.

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The problem with contingent charging

Contingent charging is controversial. Should advisers consider another approach?

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Do MiFID II and GDPR contradict one another?

Miles Reucroft of Intelliflo discusses whether these two legislative initiatives are in conflict

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Are financial advisers ready for GDPR?

We recently ran a survey among 270 users of our Intelligent Office practice management system to gauge the readiness of UK financial advisers for the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It is, after all, arriving on 25 May 2018.

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Investing ethically: should you encourage your clients to care?

It is Good Money Week. That is the one week a year where the financial services community seeks to raise awareness about responsible investment and how it can benefit businesses and society.

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Do people know the value of advice?

People are still making expensive mistakes with their long-term savings, but how can we get a better message out about financial advice?

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Wary women’ don’t like investments

Women are increasingly ‘wary’ of investments, finds a new piece of research from consumer finance group Boring Money.

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The power of reputation: How can you avoid a Bell Pottinger?

“It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it” Benjamin Franklin

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Social media – are you still holding out?

Those holding out against social media may have to accept that times have changed, with 73% of advisers now engaging in some sort of social media activity for business purposes.

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