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BHS collapse: Sir Philip Green may face grilling by MPs - The Guardian

The GuardianBHS collapse: Sir Philip Green may face grilling by MPsThe GuardianBHS's collapse has caused controversy because it has been saddled with a £571m pension deficit despite Green collecting more than £580m in dividends, rent and interest payments during his ownership, with Retail Acquisitions receiving payments of more ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Seven Days: 29 April 2016 - Investors Chronicle

Investors ChronicleSeven Days: 29 April 2016Investors ChronicleThe demise of the long-standing high street chain BHS has provoked outcry this week. The group, now in administration, employs 11,000 people whose jobs are at risk, but arguably even more controversial is the £571m black hole where workers' pensions ...
(28-04-2016)

Struggling council offers social workers incentive of £10000 towards mortgage - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukStruggling council offers social workers incentive of £10000 towards mortgageTelegraph.co.ukA desperate council is offering new social workers £10,000 towards their mortgages in the first incentive scheme of its kind in the UK. Derby City Council say the £200,000 taxpayer-funded 'golden door-key' deal will save money in the long term as they ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

BT mixup swaps villagers' phone numbers - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKBT mixup swaps villagers' phone numbersAOL Money UKResidents of a village in the Forest of Dean have been thrown into confusion following a mix-up by BT that's left dozens of them with each others' phone numbers. After complaints that a cable had been damaged by rubbing against a tree, engineers ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

The latest technical insights from Prudential's technical team - Money Marketing

The latest technical insights from Prudential's technical teamMoney MarketingLes covers most areas of financial planning, specialising in the pensions technical arena. Les joined Prudential in 1997 and has held various pensions technical and management roles throughout his career. he holds the Advanced Diploma of the Personal ...
(28-04-2016)

You Can Now Buy Games on Steam with Bitcoin - Kotaku UK (blog)

Kotaku UK (blog)You Can Now Buy Games on Steam with BitcoinKotaku UK (blog)"While more users are coming online in in these countries, traditional payment options like credit cards often aren't available. As the internet's universal currency, Bitcoin will allow Steam to easily reach gamers in every market around the world ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Top guide to getting most of your holiday spending money - This is Money

This is MoneyTop guide to getting most of your holiday spending moneyThis is MoneyUsing a credit or debit card abroad can be eye-wateringly expensive with foreign transaction fees and withdrawal charges adding as much as 3 per cent each every time you whip out your card. While there are specific deals available offering reduced fees ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Don't be lured in by Q1 profits at Barclays plc & Standard Chartered plc - AOL Money UK

Don't be lured in by Q1 profits at Barclays plc & Standard Chartered plcAOL Money UKUnfortunately for shareholders, these two divisions weighing down profits hide the continued great results of the underlying retail bank and credit card arm. These UK operations' RoTE for the quarter was 20.5%, far out-stripping the rest of the bank ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Santander reports rise in 123 current account closures - This is Money

This is MoneySantander reports rise in 123 current account closuresThis is MoneyIn the report, it says: 'There has been an increase in 123 current account and credit card closures following the fee changes.' A spokesman added: 'We remain a net gainer in current ... For example, the average UK dual fuel energy bill is £1,098 a year ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Why Philip Green needs to pay his pension bill - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWhy Philip Green needs to pay his pension billExpress.co.ukThe failure of BHS is a shocking tale of modern business practice and how some grow rich while their companies are driven into the ground, taking in this case the jobs of 11,000 employees with it, along with the financial prospects of 20,000 pensioners ...BHS collapse: Sir Philip Green may face grilling by MPsThe Guardianall 171 news articles »
(28-04-2016)

BHS gift card customers told they have to spend TWICE card's value to be allowed to use it - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBHS gift card customers told they have to spend TWICE card's value to be allowed to use itMirror.co.ukCustomers speeding to spend their BHS gift cards as the store's future hangs in the balance say they feel conned after being told they must spend DOUBLE the amount on the card to use it. The rule wasn't in use previously, but was announced when ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Investor story: ''Now I can watch my pension and invest it where I like'' - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownInvestor story: ''Now I can watch my pension and invest it where I like''Hargreaves LansdownThat has changed since transferring them to the Vantage SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension). You can read ... It's not just a faceless company – I can choose funds run by actual people who have proven themselves in the financial markets. For example ...
(28-04-2016)

Mapped: UK areas that rely most upon credit cards - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukMapped: UK areas that rely most upon credit cardsTelegraph.co.ukThe heaviest users of credit cards are found in the more affluent areas of Britain, with a sharp divide between the North and South, according to new research. The areas with the highest rates of credit card ownership are Kingston upon Thames ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

MPs to investigate Pension Protection Fund - FT Adviser

MPs to investigate Pension Protection FundFT AdviserThis follows news earlier this week that The Pensions Regulator is looking at whether the owner of British Home Stores will have to plug holes in the collapsed retail chain's pension fund. On Monday (25 April) the group officially went into ...and more »
(28-04-2016)

Lloyds profits tumble as bond buyback costs weigh - Telegraph.co.uk

This is MoneyLloyds profits tumble as bond buyback costs weighTelegraph.co.uk... pressure on key products such as mortgage interest rates. As a result it has accelerated its plan to cut jobs and close branches, saving money more quickly than expected and bringing operating costs down by another 2pc on the year to £2bn. As a ...Retail focus helps to shield Lloyds from banking chillReuters UKLloyds profits tumble as it buys back bondsThis is Moneyall 74 news articles »
(28-04-2016)
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