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Lowcostholidays: 'I'm £1350 out of pocket for trip I bought as Christmas present' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLowcostholidays: 'I'm £1350 out of pocket for trip I bought as Christmas present'Telegraph.co.ukThey added that customers who had lost money should try claiming back from their credit card supplier or bank, debit card provider or insurer. Have you been affected by the demise of Lowcostholidays? Tell us your story: tara.evans@telegraph.co.uk ...
(21-07-2016)

Mortgage lending sees strongest June figures for eight years - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKMortgage lending sees strongest June figures for eight yearsAOL Money UKMortgage lenders have recorded their strongest figures for the month of June for eight years, but cautioned that housing market activity is likely to soften. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said around £20.7 billion of mortgages were handed out ...Mortgages, house prices, internet banking and holiday costsSpectator.co.uk (blog)Mortgage Lending Jumps 16% in JuneMoney Expert (blog)Mortgage lending soars in June, says CMLBBC Newsall 15 news articles »
(21-07-2016)

Andy Barton: Why Aviva will be offering advice, again - Money Marketing

Money MarketingAndy Barton: Why Aviva will be offering advice, againMoney MarketingThis is a logical step for us. We have found that since April last year, our customers without an adviser definitely need to seek advice somewhere. We know a lot of these customers need advice and they expect Aviva to help. Confusion over the ...and more »
(21-07-2016)

Mortgage lending soars in June, says CML - BBC News

BBC NewsMortgage lending soars in June, says CMLBBC NewsThe amount of money being borrowed by homeowners last month soared to its highest June level for eight years, according to estimates. Total loan advances reached £20.7bn, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) said. That was 16% higher than the ...Mortgages, house prices, internet banking and holiday costsSpectator.co.uk (blog)Mortgage lending sees strongest June figures for eight yearsAOL Money UKMortgage Lending Jumps 16% in JuneMoney Expert (blog)FT Adviserall 15 news articles »
(21-07-2016)

Mortgage lending soars in June, says CML - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsMortgage lending soars in June, says CML - BBC NewsBBC NewsThe amount of money being borrowed by homeowners last month soared to its highest June level for eight years, according to CML estimates.Mortgage lending sees strongest June figures for eight yearsAOL Money UKMortgages, house prices, internet banking and holiday costsSpectator.co.uk (blog)Mortgage Lending Jumps 16% in JuneMoney Expert (blog)FT Adviserall 15 news articles »
(21-07-2016)

The man from Aviva: What the return of advice arm means for the market - Money Marketing

Money MarketingThe man from Aviva: What the return of advice arm means for the marketMoney MarketingMillions of Aviva's pension customers will be directed to the field-based advice arm – which will be restricted to Aviva products – at the point of retirement. ... Personal Finance Society chief executive Keith Richards says: “It is surprising and ...and more »
(21-07-2016)

Meet the Remainers scrambling to keep their EU citizenship - Spectator.co.uk

Spectator.co.ukMeet the Remainers scrambling to keep their EU citizenshipSpectator.co.ukBut Remainers are a pragmatic bunch and many have now worked out that their own personal Brexit can be deftly avoided by taking another EU nationality. Likewise, UK citizens living in the EU, who have found to their horror that they are pawns in a very ...
(21-07-2016)

“The UK doesn't understand investment, it's scary” - Bobsguide (press release)

Bobsguide (press release)“The UK doesn't understand investment, it's scary”Bobsguide (press release)Alongside this, the risks and implications for the industry were explored and how this sector will help form the next generation of finance if customers continue to trust these institutions. Andrew Firth, CEO of online pension advice service Wealth ...
(21-07-2016)

Yorkshire Building Society launches market-leading mortgate repayment rate - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKYorkshire Building Society launches market-leading mortgate repayment rateAOL Money UKAccording to the CML, around half of all existing mortgage holders across the UK are on fixed rates and half are on some form of variable rate deal. Borrowers with a bigger deposit may want to consider a deal from Coventry Building Society, which is ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

RIO OLYMPICS: What to do if you have your passport, money or credit card STOLEN - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukRIO OLYMPICS: What to do if you have your passport, money or credit card STOLENExpress.co.ukThe policy and guidelines will likely differ from card to card. Always check with your credit card company before going away. If you're changing up pounds to dollars for Rio, try to get your travel money insured. That will offer some comfort if it is ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

RIO OLYMPICS: What to do in the event of a crime or accident | Travel News | Travel | Daily Express - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukRIO OLYMPICS: What to do in the event of a crime or accident | Travel News | Travel | Daily ExpressExpress.co.ukRIO OLYMPICS: What to do if you have your passport, money or credit card STOLEN ... Gov.uk has links for where to book an appointment for an emergency travel document. The Olympics start in Rio on August 5th GETTY. The Olympics start in Rio on August ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

Subprime lenders see silver lining after Brexit - Reuters

ReutersSubprime lenders see silver lining after BrexitReutersLONDON Subprime mortgage lenders have seen a resurgence in Britain over the past year along with their peers offering high-interest personal loans and they expect Brexit to further boost demand. The recent vote to leave the European Union is expected ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

RPT-Bank of England rummages in tool box for new options after Brexit - Reuters

RPT-Bank of England rummages in tool box for new options after BrexitReutersFollowing the lead of central banks in Japan and the United States, the BoE created 375 billion pounds ($493.28 billion)between 2009 and 2012 through purchases of government bonds, to get money flowing through the economy. Quantitative ... This could ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

Brexit leads to 50 per cent spike in mortgage enquiries - Money Observer

Brexit leads to 50 per cent spike in mortgage enquiriesMoney ObserverCoady gives this as a main reason for the spike in mortgage enquiries, with the pound also down 9 per cent against the euro. 'As such,' he explains, 'those buying in the UK with their local foreign currency are finding more value than before. Similarly ...and more »
(20-07-2016)

Mystery shopper: Dorset - FT Adviser

Mystery shopper: DorsetFT AdviserEach week the mystery shopper seeks advice from independent and tied advisers in the UK. The aim is to find out ... Guidance given: The representative said that the shopper's employers are unlikely to want to pay into a personal pension scheme. He said ...
(20-07-2016)
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