Illinois Rule Takes Effect
- A CONSUMER'S VIEW. Bourke, Lorna // Money Marketing;7/1/2004, p24
Views the proposals for Sandler stakeholder products in Great Britain are a typical government compromise that will not lead to solutions. Proposal allowing providers to charge 1.5 per cent management fee for the first 10 years and 1 per cent thereafter; Argument that raising the charge cap will...
- CONSULTANTS. Rodrigues, João H. // Crain's New York Business;4/22/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 16, p28
Presents charts and graphs depicting the ranking of the management consultants in New York City as of April 2002. Total number of management consultants; International billings; Assessment of specialty breakdown.
- From Commissions to Fees. Bearden, Frank C. // Advisor Today;Apr2002, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p76
Discusses issues on handling a financial advisor's transition from commission to fee-based services. Overview of a typical client reaction to the transition; Importance of honoring an advisor's professional obligations to clients.
- Negative charge. // Money Marketing;4/28/2011, p41
In this articl the author suggests that charges for financial consultancy in Great Britain must be delivered without risks.
- Finder's fee. Greenwood, John // Money Marketing;3/31/2011, p51
The article presents the author's views on the issues of the promotion of non-fee route in 2013 carried on by the consultancy charging working group and overseen by the Society of Pension Consultants.
- 2016 Design Week Top 100 open for entries. // Design Week (Online Edition);1/11/2016, p4
The article mentions that the 2016 Design Week Top 100 is open for entries which ranks design consultancies in Great Britain in terms of their fee-income.
- SAVVY SOLUTIONS. Robinson, Tennille M. // Black Enterprise;Feb2010, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p42
The article provides an answer to a question of how to bill consultant fees.
- Agency conflicts between investment banks and corporate clients in merger and acquisition transactions: Causes and remedies. Kosnik, Rita D.; Shapiro, Debra L. // Academy of Management Executive;Feb97, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p7
Over the last 15 years, investment banks have developed an unprecedented level of control over mergers and acquisitions. From 1981 to 1989, reliance on investment banks to handle mergers and acquisitions increased from 75 percent of the merger deals to 100 percent.1 The highly lucrative nature...
- THE LIA'S VIEW. Ellis, John // Money Marketing;7/15/2004, p26
Comments on a proposal by the British Financial Services Authority regarding the fee for services rendered by financial advisers, as of July 2004. Significance of an increase in the price of finance advice to the industry; Concerns regarding the plans of the agency for the extension of the...