We round up expert views on some of the sectors, industries and asset classes most likely to be affected by the fallout from Article 50.
An industry-wide code has been proposed, which will make fund charges more transparent.
The Isa has had a sluggish start as most peer-to-peer lenders still await approval
Chancellor Philip Hammond has u-turned on proposals to make the self-employed pay more in national insurance contributions.
A nursing charity is offering 4.25 per cent annual returns - we run the rule over the investment proposition.
The end of 'Isa season' is less than one week away, but new savings deals are thin on the ground.
Investors enjoyed the fruits of exuberant market performance in 2016 despite emergent political risks, but they face great uncertainty in 2017.
A scheme allowing retirees to top up their state pension expires on 5 April 2017, so check the rules to see if you could benefit, says Steve Webb.
Going global is the key to stabilising investment return streams, says Ken Fisher.
When markets are stretched it's tempting to run to cash, but three trusts take contrarian investor David Liddell's eye.
Investors cite cost and value for money as the primary driver when selecting their provider of choice, research has found.
A new 'Financial Guidance Body' would provide a step-change in the way that public guidance services enhance consumer engagement, says Tisa's Charles McCready.
In the first of a two-part series, analyst Richard Beddard names five great companies to use up your Isa allowance. Part 2 next week.
As 2017 progresses and the priorities of the Trump administration take shape, the outlook for emerging markets (EM) has improved, says Yacov Arnopolin, executive vice president and portfolio manager at Pimco.
One sector which in recent times has given a consistently positive performance is the technology sector, says Saltydog's Douglas Chadwick.