The material on this website is for information only
and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial advice, and none of the material on this website constitutes or is intended to constitute financial ...
News
FT AdviserAdviser that recommended Harlequin faces £234k fineFT AdviserIn the FCA's view, Mr Burns failed to ensure Tailormade provided suitable advice to its clients and failed to ensure the firm managed fairly and clearly disclosed his own personal conflicts of interest and that of other individuals at Tailormade ...and more »
FT AdviserAdviser who recommended Harlequin faces £234k fineFT AdviserIn the FCA's view, Mr Burns failed to ensure Tailormade provided suitable advice to its clients and failed to ensure the firm managed fairly and clearly disclosed his own personal conflicts of interest and that of other individuals at Tailormade ...Former Sipp manager fights watchdog's industry banTelegraph.co.ukall 10 news articles »
Money MarketingFCA eyes advice firm director ban over unsuitable pension transfers ...Money MarketingThe FCA is seeking to ban former Tailormade chief executive Alistair Burns and fine him £233,600 for alleged pension transfer suitability failures. Between ...Former Sipp manager fights watchdog's industry banTelegraph.co.ukall 10 news articles »
Money MarketingFCA eyes advice firm director ban over unsuitable pension transfersMoney MarketingIn the FCA's view, Burns failed to ensure that Tailormade provided suitable advice to its clients. Burns also failed to ensure that the business managed fairly and clearly disclosed his own personal conflicts of interest and the conflicts of interest ...Former Sipp manager fights watchdog's industry banTelegraph.co.ukall 10 news articles »
Mind the generation gap in retirement savingsKirriemuir HeraldThe financial squeeze on younger workers and complicated pension rules could fuel a future retirement crisis as young people either make only the minimum possible contributions to their workplace scheme or are put off pension saving altogether.and more »
Have you met...
Latest Members:


BrynjarEindride


shilladresses


jadegown


ahmed aboshady


StellaHawes


walis monaim


Tisa smith

 
News > Latest News

... ()
click for full story
< previous page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ... 613 next page >

Warning on the UK's colossal credit binge after amount owed on credit cards, loans and overdrafts soars by 11% to ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailWarning on the UK's colossal credit binge after amount owed on credit cards, loans and overdrafts soars by 11% to ...Daily Mail'My worry is we are repeating the mistakes of the past,' said Baroness Altmann, a consumer champion and former pensions minister. 'Excessive borrowing caused the financial crisis, which caused years of misery. Nothing has been done to address ... Other ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

Buy-to-let mortgages set to cost an extra £7k under a crackdown in the new year - This is Money

This is MoneyBuy-to-let mortgages set to cost an extra £7k under a crackdown in the new yearThis is MoneyLandlords will face paying an extra £6,700 towards their mortgages under a crackdown in the new year. New buy-to-let rules mean many landlords will be forced to take out longer-term loans. Currently, landlords typically take out two-year deals because ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

An easier and more affordable way to send money internationally - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukAn easier and more affordable way to send money internationallyTelegraph.co.ukIf you own a place abroad or even spend extended periods away from the UK, you may have regular financial commitments to attend to. Things like servicing and cleaning costs, or income or pension repatriation all need to be managed efficiently.
(29-11-2016)

Brexit hasn't hit Britain's 'appetite for debt': Buyers return to market as mortgage approvals recover in October - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit hasn't hit Britain's 'appetite for debt': Buyers return to market as mortgage approvals recover in OctoberThis is MoneyRuth Gregory, UK Economist at Capital Economics, said: 'October's UK money and credit figures provided further evidence that the slowdown in mortgage lending has bottomed out and that the appetite for debt hasn't taken much of a hit following the ...Rise in mortgage approvals amid 'healthy' consumer confidenceAOL Money UKUK consumer credit growth hits 11-year high, mortgage approvals strong - B...Reuters UKall 23 news articles »
(29-11-2016)

Brexit hasn't hit Britain's 'appetite for debt' as mortgage approvals recover in October - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit hasn't hit Britain's 'appetite for debt' as mortgage approvals recover in OctoberThis is MoneyRuth Gregory, UK Economist at Capital Economics, said: 'October's UK money and credit figures provided further evidence that the slowdown in mortgage lending has bottomed out and that the appetite for debt hasn't taken much of a hit following the ...Rise in mortgage approvals amid 'healthy' consumer confidenceAOL Money UKU.K. Mortgage Approvals At 7-Month HighRTT NewsUK mortgage approvals hit 6-month high in October consumer credit highest in 11 monthsEconoTimesReuters UKall 23 news articles »
(29-11-2016)

Buy-to-let - Which?

Which?Buy-to-letWhich?Learn about finding a buy to let mortgage, choosing a letting agent and what your landlord responsibilities are. ... Which? explains how a let-to-buy mortgage arrangement works and what the benefits may be of going down the let-to-buy route ...
(29-11-2016)

Credit cards - Which?

Which?Credit cardsWhich?Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 527029). Which? Mortgage Advisers and Which? Money Compare are trading names of Which? Financial Services Limited. Registered office: 2 Marylebone Road ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

Pope: 'Grace, not money, must guide financial choices of religious' - Catholic Herald Online

Catholic Herald OnlinePope: 'Grace, not money, must guide financial choices of religious'Catholic Herald Online... an order's resources, the Pope said, “we are called to create fraternity, communion and solidarity with the poorest and most needy” without being distracted or waylaid by the “diabolical logic of profit — the devil often enters through the wallet ...
(29-11-2016)

Why is there animal fat in the new £5 note? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWhy is there animal fat in the new £5 note?AOL Money UKThe Bank of England has admitted that the new polymer £5 notes contain animal fat, outraging many vegetarians and vegans. The new notes have been championed as far longer-lasting than the paper variety: they are harder to tear, waterproof and harder to ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

Rise in mortgage approvals amid 'healthy' consumer confidence - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKRise in mortgage approvals amid 'healthy' consumer confidenceAOL Money UKSome 67,518 loans for house purchase got the go-ahead, marking the highest figure since March, according to the Bank of England's Money and Credit report. The report also showed that 43,513 loans for remortgaging purposes were approved in October, ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

UK mortgage approvals hit 6-month high in October consumer credit highest in 11 months - EconoTimes

Financial ReporterUK mortgage approvals hit 6-month high in October consumer credit highest in 11 monthsEconoTimesU.K. mortgage approvals increased to 67,518 in October from 63,594 in September, data released by the Bank of England showed Tuesday. Analysts in a Reuters poll had ... M4 money supply growth accelerated to 6.6 percent from 6.2 percent in September.U.K. Mortgage Approvals At 7-Month HighRTT NewsMortgage approvals rebound to seven-month high: BoEFinancial Reporterall 14 news articles »
(29-11-2016)

UK mortgage approvals Oct 67.5k vs 65.0k exp - ForexLive

ForexLiveUK mortgage approvals Oct 67.5k vs 65.0k expForexLiveForexLive.com blog posts feature leading edge technical analysis charting tips, forex analysis, and currency pair trading tutorials. Find out how to take advantage of swings in global foreign exchange markets and see our real-time forex news analysis ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

Shop around to avoid racking up a catalogue of pricey debt - The Guardian

Shop around to avoid racking up a catalogue of pricey debtThe GuardianRecently, comparison website Money.co.uk described the cost of catalogue credit from some suppliers as “clear as mud”. It warned that in some cases catalogues were charging three times the typical credit card APR of 22.8%. Among the biggest firms, ...
(29-11-2016)

Petition calls on Green to stump up £250m for BHS pension deficit - Money Marketing

Money MarketingPetition calls on Green to stump up £250m for BHS pension deficitMoney MarketingHannett is calling on Green to make a £250m personal contribution to the scheme. Hannet tells The Guardian: “Our priority is to see Sir Phillip do the right thing and deliver on his promise to 'sort' the pension fund. If he wants to recover any ...and more »
(29-11-2016)

Venezuela's currency now worth so little shopkeepers weigh vast piles of notes instead of counting them - The Independent

The IndependentVenezuela's currency now worth so little shopkeepers weigh vast piles of notes instead of counting themThe IndependentInstead, many people stuff huge volumes of cash into handbags, money belts, or backpacks, in scenes analysts have said are suggestive of "runaway" inflation. In 2014 .... But it is expensive for small businesses to buy and set up credit-card machines.and more »
(28-11-2016)
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks