Irish TimesNew 'bank' may be loving and kind, but it's also driving up house pricesIrish TimesAs L&G says, with low or no interest rates, long or indefinite repayment periods and a personal service, it's not surprising that Bomad is Britain's best-loved financial institution. Without this parental lifeline, home ownership - already at its ...and more »
Scotsman (blog)Martin Flanagan: Aegon's BlackRock tie-up way ahead in pensions shake-upScotsman (blog)... pensions industry has not had changes to seek in recent years. We have had final salary pension schemes giving way to defined contribution, partly due to company schemes coming under financial pressure and partly due to people living longer. ... It ...and more »
Financial TimesUK's 'challenger' banks surge aheadFinancial TimesUK's 'challenger' banks surge ahead. Emma Dunkley. Share. Print; Clip; Gift Article ... By comparison, the largest challengers, TSB, Virgin Money, Williams & Glyn and Handelsbanken, posted a 9.5 per cent ROE — up from 8.8 per cent. Both groups ...and more »
Financial TimesSmall UK 'challenger' banks surge aheadFinancial TimesSmall UK 'challenger' banks surge ahead. Emma Dunkley. Share. Print; Clip; Gift ... By comparison, the largest challengers, TSB, Virgin Money, Williams & Glyn and Handelsbanken, posted a 9.5 per cent ROE — up from 8.8 per cent. Both groups ...
AOL Money UKNow you can buy your first home with zero deposit - but only if you have wealthy parentsTelegraph.co.ukFirst-time buyers are being offered zero deposit mortgages as one of Britain's biggest lenders has launched a new "bank of mum and dad" deal for people with wealthy parents. The new mortgages from Barclays have reduced the deposit home-buyers need ...Barclays launches zero deposit deal for first-time home buyersAOL Money UKBarclays scraps deposit on Family Springboard mortgageFinancial ReporterBarclays offers home buyers a 0% deposit mortgage, first time since the financial crisisMarket Business Newsall 9 news articles »