Advisers are braced for firms to shut or be sold and more advisers to retire in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, new research from independent analysts AKG, for its independent paper Future of Advice – Beneath and Beyond, shows.
Amid the immense challenges and disruption spawned by the coronavirus pandemic, independent registered investment advisors (RIAs) are again proving their resiliency, course-correcting as needed to position themselves for long-term growth, according to new FA Insight benchmarking research from TD Ameritrade Institutional1.
Investor perceptions towards investment advice have changed as a result of Covid-19 induced volatility, according to key findings from DIAMAN Partners Ltd, an investment management fintech.
New research from Standard Life finds most financial advisers are optimistic about the year ahead, despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to a survey carried out by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, 36 per cent of investors say the Covid-19 pandemic has made them put more value on professional advice.
Jack Rose (pictured), Strategic Sales Director at Triple Point, writes that ESG just cannot be ignored, post-pandemic…
Britons are saving a higher proportion of their income due to the current pandemic, according to a new study.
One-in-five advisers think the Covid-19 crisis will see more advisers exit the industry than under the Retail Distribution Review (RDR), new research shows.
Structured products are an accident waiting to happen for many retirees, with the inflexible terms and conditions of many such products likely to have been tested by the sell-off earlier this year to leave investors exposed to losses, according to 7IM.
The financial advice sector should make the most of the KickStart scheme announced by Chancellor Rish Sunask as part of the government's package of measures to 'support, protect and retain jobs', says Scott Stevens, head of adviser recruitment and acquisition at Quilter…