The need to make pensions clearer

Pension investors risk overpaying tens of thousands of pounds in fees as “shameful” industry practices make it hard for customers to ...
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EU mulls changes to product rules in light of Mifid II review

The European Commission is probing the effectiveness of the product governance rules introduced to the industry in 2018 in its ...
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European stocks edge lower after Coronavirus spread; investors react “complacent”

The fall in global equity and oil prices seen on Monday – and a simultaneous surge in the gold price ...
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ESMA sets out its strategy on sustainable finance

The European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), the EU’s securities markets regulator, published its Strategy on Sustainable Finance. The strategy ...
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Project Syndicate: The EU’s Risky Green Taxonomy

[...] The European Commission's so-called “taxonomy” for classifying green investments should address three important questions. Unfortunately, the Commission's one-dimensional approach ...
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Bloomberg: BlackRock Puts Climate at Center of $7 Trillion Strategy

BlackRock Inc. will ditch investments with high sustainability-related risk as climate concerns drive a sweeping change in the way the ...
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Citywire: Nordic regulators to crack down on greenwashing

The Danish financial regulator, the FSA, and its Norwegian counterpart Finanstilsynet, stated that the increasing supply of investment products marketed ...
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J.P. Morgan Chase to launch a robo-adviser with free ETFs

J.P. Morgan Chase is launching a digital investing service called “You Invest Portfolios”. For an annual fee of 0.35% of ...
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FCA fines Henderson £1.9m for Closet Indexing

Already back in 2014 BETTER FINANCE denounced the practice of closet indexing. It launched a campaign against those funds that ...
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FT Adviser: Investors pull £63bn from active funds following Mifid II

Investors have pulled an average of £3.5bn a month from active funds since Mifid II rules highlighted the extra cost ...
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