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Actuaries – “VOTE SALT” your profession needs her.

Vote Salt in the elections for the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Council. Tell those who know and trust you “Vote Salt”. Actuaries – if you’ve lost the link to your email, PRESS THIS LINK and VOTE SALT This is why … Continue reading

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“A question of trust”- accountants and auto-enrolment pensions.

I’m not going to quote Einstein’s definition of insanity as that would be madness. To understand how tactical short-cuts spiral into destruction look at what PPI has done to the share price of our high-street banks This blog is for accountants who … Continue reading

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Can IFAs create their own profession?

James Walker  has published BWD’s assessment of the prospects for firms offering financial advice as their core product. He paints a picture of rising regulatory costs and sluggish growth prospects preventing IFA practices from employing the young blood to refresh it. Last … Continue reading

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“Why have our professions lost their mojo?” – asks Hilary Salt

  Have a listen to this Podcast from my colleague Hilary Salt. Hilary’s on from 10.50 and is talking about the constraints on professionals and the loss of confidence in professional bodies such as hers (the Institute and Faculty of … Continue reading

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