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1. "Harnessing technology to advance your business"

Be it due to the continued march of technology or the equally remorseless march or regulation, the world of financial services is facing continuous change.

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2. "Product providers can help reduce the FSCS levy"

I make no apology for returning to the subject of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), as the deadline for responding to the Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA) consultation paper is the end of January.

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3. "It's time to put pen to paper on the FSCS levy"

The first thing I want to highlight is the opportunity you have right now to help stop the grotesque injustice of the current system of Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) funding.

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4. View from the top...

With nearly five decades of experience in the financial services sector, SimplyBiz Group Chairman, Ken Davy, provides a unique perspective on the advisory landscape. In this edition of Adviser Today, Ken gives us his view on the FCA’s recent Paper on the ageing population, and why he feels this piece of research is so important. 

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5. SimplyBiz chair blasts 'disgraceful injustice' of FSCS levy

SimplyBiz chair Ken Davy has upped his criticism of Financial Services Compensation Scheme funding after the lifeboat fund announced another additional fee call.

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6. Davy warns of 'year of regulation'

SimplyBiz founder and chairman Ken Davy has warned 2018 will be the year when advisers are hit by more rules and regulations than ever before.

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7. A New Year message from Ken Davy

SimplyBiz Group Chairman, Ken Davy provides an update on the year ahead, regulation, our services, and his campaign to reform the FSCS funding system. 

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8. "Enthusiasm, courage and goals lead to success"

By the time I left school at the age of 15, with no qualifications, I had been called a few choice names by my teachers and received many predictions about where my future lay.

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By Ken Davy
9. "FSCS funding should be fair and affordable"

Rather than making a knee-jerk rejection, the Association of British Insurers (ABI) should follow Aegon UK’s lead by focussing on fairness and affordability when considering the latest Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) funding proposals.

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By Ken Davy
10. "Self-employed should mind the protection gap"

The recent scary antics of Halloween were an appropriate backdrop for Scottish Widows to release the even more frightening results of a survey about the protection coverage of the UK’s self-employed. 

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By Ken Davy

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"Please, Mr Provider, could we have some more?"

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The government minister, Robert Jenrick, recently highlighted that the practice of ‘phoenixing’ can be deeply corrosive to public trust in the system which is progressively passed on to the whole of our economy. While this is undoubtedly true, what I find so depressing is that after all these years the debate had to take place at all.

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