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Emma Ann Hughes

Emma Ann Hughes is a online resources editor of FTAdviser.com.

Recent posts

  1. Government’s inflation lies tick me off

    Jan 21, 2015

    Surely the government’s measure of inflation is a joke?... read more

  2. Post-Thoresen ABI must change the industry message

    Nov 18, 2014

    The association thought they had a man the government would listen to when he joined in 2011.... read more

  3. Beam me up Tisa: Savings, the final frontier

    Nov 13, 2014

    I hate Barclays Starship Enterprise approach to bank branches but they spoke sense about saving for the future.... read more

  4. An iPhone in the hand is worth two Isas in the bush

    Nov 12, 2014

    I am fed up of hearing we are all going to live longer and have less cash than our grandparents.... read more

  5. Pru’s in and out approach to protection

    Nov 10, 2014

    Prudential needs to be careful: advisers have long memories and don’t like to be caught without protection.... read more

  6. Five anti-social messages from FCA social media rules

    Aug 06, 2014

    The Financial Conduct Authority clarifies what you should and should not do online.... read more

  7. Five things I learned from the FCA’s sales model paper

    Jul 14, 2014

    Apparently too many Tweets targeted to your clients could make you look a Twit in the eyes of the regulator.... read more

  8. Five things I learned from the FCA’s annual report

    Jul 10, 2014

    Regulator reveals how much it cost to keep tabs on whether you are meeting RDR requirements and behind the scene investigations.... read more

  9. The FCA is going on a lender hunt

    Jul 07, 2014

    We’re going on a lender hunt. We’re going to catch a big one. We’re not scared.... read more

  10. I hate over-regulation, but support protection compulsion

    Jun 05, 2014

    The government should be truly ashamed of the nation’s protection void.... read more

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Tony Hazell

Tony is a freelance financial journalist, having been editor of Money Mail at the Daily Mail for a number of years. He has been writing a column in Financial Adviser since 2005.

John Lappin

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