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1. The SimplyBiz Group responds to the proposed FOS award limit increase

Read the statement from Ken Davy to the FCA's current consultation along with The SimplyBiz Group's full consultation response.

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2. Ken Davy responds to proposed FOS award increases

SimplyBiz Group Chairman fears new limits may be damaging for advisers and consumers

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3. New FOS pay-outs really are the limit

FOS needs to take another shot at new limits 

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4. Fos report is a dollop of gruel for advisers

Cold porridge and cold comfort have a lot in common: such meagre offerings do not come close to being satisfying.

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"SimplyBiz has an excellent website offering SL templates and many benefits, plus their technical departments are really helpful. Furthermore the members meetings and technical workshops are of great benefit, especially for the one man band IFA who has little contact with the rest of the industry."

Larry Bignell
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Ken Davy: Do you have money to burn?

February 20, 2019

Group Chairman Ken Davy looks at how employing the right support technology could help advisers save time and money.

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NMBA champions the growth of new advisers in the sector

February 18, 2019

More than 100 financial services professionals have enrolled on the New Model Business Academy's (NMBA) apprenticeship programme since it was launched last year. 

 

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SimplyBiz considers acquisition service for advisers

February 18, 2019

SimplyBiz is working on a service to match advisers selling their businesses with potential buyers.

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Richard Ardron: Keeping pace with the modern client

February 12, 2019

Have the fundamental needs of clients changed? Or is it simply a case of evolving expectations and, as a result, changes in attitudes and behaviours?

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