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NEWS.com.auTopshop owner Sir Philip Green facing questions over BHS saleNEWS.com.auThe investigation follows the collapse of retail brand British Home Stores (BHS) leaving 11,000 people out of work and a $1.1 billion pension “blackhole” that UK taxpayers could be forced to foot. The 164-store chain, which Sir Phillip bought in 2000 ...and more »
Yorkshire PostYP Letters: Easy way to silence the phone pestsYorkshire PostWITH the travesty of the shortfall in the pension funds for the employees of Tata Steel and BHS, are we again seeing another of the unpleasant faces of capitalism? The creation of the Pension Protection Fund by the then government after the Maxwell ...
The GuardianDo we have to rebrand the arts as 'creative tech' for Turnbull to give us money?The GuardianMore head scratching, and of the sort common in the UK where the BBC is being similarly savaged. Why would a government systematically debilitate a highly successful and popular public broadcaster? The answer lies in the word “public”. For it is a ...
BBC News'Strong trading' for Sainsbury's BankBBC NewsVirgin Money said it was looking towards an "accelerated target" of £3bn of credit card "outstandings" by the end of 2017. Chief executive Jayne-Anne Gadhia said: "I am delighted to report it has been another excellent quarter for Virgin Money. "We had ...and more »
WalesOnlinePensions should be made as simple as possible because people are financially illiterate, says LSE professorWalesOnlinePensions should be designed around the fact that people have poor financial literacy and do not always behave rationally, an expert told an audience in Cardiff. Professor Nicholas Barr, of the London School of Economics, was delivering this year's ...
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Topshop owner Sir Philip Green facing questions over BHS sale - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auTopshop owner Sir Philip Green facing questions over BHS saleNEWS.com.auThe investigation follows the collapse of retail brand British Home Stores (BHS) leaving 11,000 people out of work and a $1.1 billion pension “blackhole” that UK taxpayers could be forced to foot. The 164-store chain, which Sir Phillip bought in 2000 ...and more »
(05-05-2016)

YP Letters: Easy way to silence the phone pests - Yorkshire Post

Yorkshire PostYP Letters: Easy way to silence the phone pestsYorkshire PostWITH the travesty of the shortfall in the pension funds for the employees of Tata Steel and BHS, are we again seeing another of the unpleasant faces of capitalism? The creation of the Pension Protection Fund by the then government after the Maxwell ...
(05-05-2016)

Do we have to rebrand the arts as 'creative tech' for Turnbull to give us money? - The Guardian

The GuardianDo we have to rebrand the arts as 'creative tech' for Turnbull to give us money?The GuardianMore head scratching, and of the sort common in the UK where the BBC is being similarly savaged. Why would a government systematically debilitate a highly successful and popular public broadcaster? The answer lies in the word “public”. For it is a ...
(04-05-2016)

'Strong trading' for Sainsbury's Bank - BBC News

BBC News'Strong trading' for Sainsbury's BankBBC NewsVirgin Money said it was looking towards an "accelerated target" of £3bn of credit card "outstandings" by the end of 2017. Chief executive Jayne-Anne Gadhia said: "I am delighted to report it has been another excellent quarter for Virgin Money. "We had ...and more »
(04-05-2016)

Pensions should be made as simple as possible because people are financially illiterate, says LSE professor - WalesOnline

WalesOnlinePensions should be made as simple as possible because people are financially illiterate, says LSE professorWalesOnlinePensions should be designed around the fact that people have poor financial literacy and do not always behave rationally, an expert told an audience in Cardiff. Professor Nicholas Barr, of the London School of Economics, was delivering this year's ...
(04-05-2016)

Jailed 'bank of terror' gang may have raised more than £1 million for Isil - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukJailed 'bank of terror' gang may have raised more than £1 million for IsilTelegraph.co.uk"You fleeced your victims of large sums of money. For some ... "Groups not just in the UK but overseas are using courier fraud, robbery, credit card fraud, drug dealing, oil, business fraud, bank of trust - it all contributes to the funding of ...and more »
(04-05-2016)

Bank of terror gang jailed - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBank of terror gang jailedTelegraph.co.uk... say where the money went. Commander Dean Haydon of the Met Police's Counter Terrorism Command, said: "Without a doubt courier fraud is being used to fund terrorism. "Groups not just in the UK but overseas are using courier fraud, robbery, credit ...
(04-05-2016)

They're back! Barclays offers 0% down payment mortgages in UK - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyThey're back! Barclays offers 0% down payment mortgages in UKCNNMoneyBut now they're back: Barclays (BCS) has become the first big British bank to offer 0% down payment mortgages since the crisis as part of a program called "Family Springboard." There ... Of those, 20% see the money as a gift from the "bank of Mum and ...Barclays brings back the 100% mortgage giving new hope to first time buyersDaily MailBarclays offers 0% deposit mortgage to home buyersThe GuardianBarclays' no-deposit mortgage lets you borrow 5.5 times your income. A good idea?Telegraph.co.ukThe Guardian -Huffington Post UK -Express.co.ukall 56 news articles »
(04-05-2016)

They're back! Barclays offers 0% down payment mortgages in UK - WPTZ

Daily MailThey're back! Barclays offers 0% down payment mortgages in UKWPTZThere's a logic to the scheme: Barclays said that 35% of first time buyers in the U.K. ask their parents for help when securing a mortgage. Of those, 20% see the money as a gift from the "bank of Mum and Dad." Buyers do face a tough market ...Barclays brings back the 100% mortgage giving new hope to first time buyersDaily MailBarclays offers 0% deposit mortgage to home buyersThe GuardianBarclays' no-deposit mortgage lets you borrow 5.5 times your income. A good idea?Telegraph.co.ukThe Guardian -Huffington Post UK -Express.co.ukall 43 news articles »
(04-05-2016)

Average two-year tracker mortgage rate moving higher, website says - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKAverage two-year tracker mortgage rate moving higher, website saysAOL Money UKTracker mortgages are a type of variable-rate mortgage that track the Bank of England base rate at a set margin. They are a potential alternative to fixed-rate mortgage deals, which guarantee borrowers will pay a fixed rate of interest on their home ...How to get an interest-free mortgageNew Zealand Heraldall 33 news articles »
(04-05-2016)

Shock wedding cancellations, as venue becomes a care centre - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKShock wedding cancellations, as venue becomes a care centreAOL Money UKIf you don't have insurance, and you didn't pay by credit card, then if venue cancels or goes bust, you should still be entitled to a refund. In the case of administration, you should register your claim for a refund with the administrator ...and more »
(04-05-2016)

The Morning Ledger: Post-Inversion Medtronic Gets New Finance Leadership - Wall Street Journal (blog)

The Morning Ledger: Post-Inversion Medtronic Gets New Finance LeadershipWall Street Journal (blog)Dublin-based Medtronic PLC will likely announce this week that it has hired Karen L. Parkhill as its chief financial officer, succeeding Gary Ellis, who is expected to retire from the medical-device company, the WSJ reports. In January 2015, Medtronic ...and more »
(04-05-2016)

Virgin Money cashes in on mortgage boom - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukVirgin Money cashes in on mortgage boomTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money went on a lending splurge in the first quarter of 2016, making record numbers of mortgage loans as it took advantage of a booming market. The bank, which is one of a string of new players shaking up the UK's retail banking sector, gave out ...Virgin Money's mortgage lending jumps, warns of Brexit impactReuters UKVirgin Money reports surge in lendingFinancial TimesVirgin Money's lending jumps, warns of Brexit hitRTE.ieEvening Standard -ChronicleLiveall 16 news articles »
(04-05-2016)

Where is the product innovation post-pension freedoms? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingWhere is the product innovation post-pension freedoms?Money MarketingBut recent data from the Association of British Insurers suggests otherwise. One year on from the introduction of the ... There is no denying people like the certainty of income that annuities deliver as it mitigates the risk of running out of money if ...and more »
(04-05-2016)

Virgin Money's mortgage lending jumps, warns of Brexit impact - Reuters UK

Reuters UKVirgin Money's mortgage lending jumps, warns of Brexit impactReuters UKThat gives the company a 3.4 percent share of the UK mortgage market, Bank of England data shows, highlighting the difficulties faced by British newcomers such as Virgin Money and Aldermore (ALD.L) in challenging the established might of Barclays ...100% mortgages 'a step too far', says Virgin Money chiefEvening StandardVirgin Money: Brexit could push house prices down and interest rates upTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money cashing in on UK housing market with mortgage lending up 30% on last yearThis is MoneyRTE.ieall 18 news articles »
(04-05-2016)
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