FTAdviser.com is an all-encompassing website dedicated to the financial intermediary market covering investments, mortgages, pensions, insurance, regulation and other key issues shaping the industry. The website was transformed through a re-launch in October 2011 and boasts over 11,500 registered users.
The strength of FTAdviser.com comes from dedicated up-to-the-minute news articles and in-depth commentary written by the FTAdviser.com team, combined with the expertise of Financial Adviser, Investment Adviser and Money Management magazines, whose content feeds directly into the site. It also boasts a comprehensive online fund statistics service, a jobs database, regulation and training sections, blogs, opinion, and both news and job email alerts.
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It is fundamental to the integrity and success of the Financial Times (FT) that we uphold the highest possible standards of ethical and professional journalism, and that we are seen to do so.
The benchmark for the FT’s journalistic practices is set by our FT Editorial Code. Compliance with the code is an obligation for all FT editorial staff.
In September 2014 the Financial Times Limited (FT) appointed Greg Callus as its editorial Complaints Commissioner. The role will ensure a continued means of dealing with reader complaints following the closure of the UK Press Complaints Commission. His remit is to support the FT’s existing framework for handling editorial complaints, independent of the editor.
Read about the role here.
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FTAdviser’s sister publications include market leading newspapers for IFAs and investment specialists, an in-depth monthly magazine and a range of special reports.
The premier weekly newspaper for the UK´s financial intermediary community, Financial Adviser was launched in 1988 after the Financial Services Act 1986 defined for the first time the role of the independent financial adviser.
Financial Adviser is the most widely distributed magazine in the sector, offering comprehensive and in–depth coverage of the retail finance landscape. It has won over a dozen awards for editorial excellence and many of its stories are followed up by the national press.
Investment Adviser delivers insightful, comprehensive and lively editorial to investment professionals - every week. It offers investment IFAs and those working in the retail fund management sector the highest quality writing and research to help them do business better.
Investment Adviser has won praise for its exclusive stories and balanced and analytical coverage of the dynamic investment sector.
Money Management magazine was first published in 1962 as The Unitholder, before becoming Money Management in 1970. The magazine and its journalists have so far been awarded over 70 awards.
Money Management´s main strength comes from its unique and detailed surveys, many of which have become industry benchmarks. Money Management surveys are often referred to by regulators in their reports and are frequently covered by the national press because of their unique content.
Each of our publications publish numerous special reports - often based on proprietary, research led information to ensure that they are accurate, unique and timely.
These are distributed with the appropriate newspaper or magazine but are now also available to read at your leisure via FTAdviser.