View more on these topics

Kevin Ronaldson to leave Intrinsic Financial Services

Intrinsic Financial Services has today announced that deputy chairman and group marketing director Kevin Ronaldson has decided to leave the business.

Ronaldson was one of six founder directors of Intrinsic.

He will leave the business at the end of April following Intrinsic’s national members meeting.

Richard Freeman, CEO of Intrinsic, says: “On behalf of the board and everyone at Intrinsic, I would like to thank Kevin for his energy and commitment over the past six years. We wish him every success in the future.”


Injecting QE into house building will work

Those of us in the house building world have been in the doldrums long enough now to grasp the straws of hope when we see them. And this year, thanks to the perfect storm of house building figures being at least 50,000 below target, the general economic malaise and rising unemployment particularly among young people, my long-suffering peers and I have a growing sense that next week’s Budget might just be the one to deliver for the industry.

Self-build is ready for high street attention

In 2011 Datamonitor predicted that self-build would be the best performer in terms of growth over the next five years, with gross lending rising to a startling £1.9bn by 2015.


Help clients unable to downsize to get cash

Much has been written over the years about downsizing being an alternative to equity release. And of course, good advisers will always include this option in client conversations.

Mental health in the mainstream

By Amanda Docherty, senior marketing consultant Apart from career success, millions in the bank and, on appearance, coveted lifestyles, what else do Rio Ferdinand, Lady Gaga and Ellie Goulding all have in common? They’ve all demonstrated that the power of celebrity can sometimes have a more altruistic purpose than idle gossip. Recently we’ve seen respected […]


News and expert analysis straight to your inbox

Sign up