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ChesterChronicle.co.ukVirgin Money moves into state-of-the-art Chester officesChesterChronicle.co.ukChester is now well and truly the official home of the Virgin Money credit card after moving into a high-spec new office in the city centre. More than 60 staff who manage the credit card operation have moved into Gorse Stacks House, George Street, next ...
Financial TimesHSBC to pay $470m to settle US mortgage abuse allegationsFinancial TimesHSBC, the UK bank, has agreed to pay $470m to settle allegations that it engaged in “abusive” practices before seizing the homes of Americans who defaulted in the wake of the financial crisis. The deal resolves claims that the lender breached rules ...HSBC Agrees $470m US Mortgage SettlementEagle Radioall 163 news articles »
On Board the Russian Dissidents' 'Kleptocracy' BusVICE NewsRoman Borisovich — an anti-corruption activist who worked on Channel 4's From Russia With Cash, which exposed estate agents willing to sell property to apparent money-launderers — was one of the organizers of the tour, also acting as compere. He told ...
The IndependentFare dodging, tax evasion, laundering money - why not? Fraud is only dumb if you get caughtThe IndependentGabriel is 16, yet on his card he is still a beaming round-faced cherub of 11. The Zip is linked to my credit card, the idea being that my son will never be stranded. Great – but now I was helping some low-life get around town. Via online tracking, it ...
Daily MailScammers target supermarket self-checkout kiosks with card skimmersDaily MailScammers have seemingly entered new territory by targeting grocery stores with skimming devices at self-checkout kiosks to steal customer's credit card information. Skimmers are ... told CBS News. 'No one cares as much about your money as you do.' ...and more »
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Virgin Money moves into state-of-the-art Chester offices - ChesterChronicle.co.uk

ChesterChronicle.co.ukVirgin Money moves into state-of-the-art Chester officesChesterChronicle.co.ukChester is now well and truly the official home of the Virgin Money credit card after moving into a high-spec new office in the city centre. More than 60 staff who manage the credit card operation have moved into Gorse Stacks House, George Street, next ...
(05-02-2016)

HSBC to pay $470m to settle US mortgage abuse allegations - Financial Times

Financial TimesHSBC to pay $470m to settle US mortgage abuse allegationsFinancial TimesHSBC, the UK bank, has agreed to pay $470m to settle allegations that it engaged in “abusive” practices before seizing the homes of Americans who defaulted in the wake of the financial crisis. The deal resolves claims that the lender breached rules ...HSBC Agrees $470m US Mortgage SettlementEagle Radioall 163 news articles »
(05-02-2016)

On Board the Russian Dissidents' 'Kleptocracy' Bus - VICE News

On Board the Russian Dissidents' 'Kleptocracy' BusVICE NewsRoman Borisovich — an anti-corruption activist who worked on Channel 4's From Russia With Cash, which exposed estate agents willing to sell property to apparent money-launderers — was one of the organizers of the tour, also acting as compere. He told ...
(05-02-2016)

Fare dodging, tax evasion, laundering money - why not? Fraud is only dumb if you get caught - The Independent

The IndependentFare dodging, tax evasion, laundering money - why not? Fraud is only dumb if you get caughtThe IndependentGabriel is 16, yet on his card he is still a beaming round-faced cherub of 11. The Zip is linked to my credit card, the idea being that my son will never be stranded. Great – but now I was helping some low-life get around town. Via online tracking, it ...
(05-02-2016)

Scammers target supermarket self-checkout kiosks with card skimmers - Daily Mail

Daily MailScammers target supermarket self-checkout kiosks with card skimmersDaily MailScammers have seemingly entered new territory by targeting grocery stores with skimming devices at self-checkout kiosks to steal customer's credit card information. Skimmers are ... told CBS News. 'No one cares as much about your money as you do.' ...and more »
(05-02-2016)

Five questions on interest rates - The Independent

The IndependentFive questions on interest ratesThe IndependentThose with mortgages can probably enjoy another few months of the ultra-low rates they've been favoured with for the past seven years. In fact things are even looking up, according to Mark Harris at SPF Private Clients ,who expects lenders to introduce ...Britain's low interest rate environment is a blessing and a curse for homeownersBusiness Insider Australia0.5 per cent interest rate has its seventh anniversaryMoney Observerall 575 news articles »
(05-02-2016)

Bebington woman bought Robbie Williams tickets with money meant for dying dad's care fees - Liverpool Echo

Liverpool EchoBebington woman bought Robbie Williams tickets with money meant for dying dad's care feesLiverpool EchoLiverpool Crown Court heard how the mum drained his bank account before running up a £3,000 debt on his credit card. Edmund Haygarth, prosecuting, said Ferguson and her brother Neil Barnes were granted control over his finances in 2011. Mr Barnes ...
(05-02-2016)

British MEP worries about more bank bailouts - Financial Times

Financial TimesBritish MEP worries about more bank bailoutsFinancial TimesMr Kamall, the son of a bus driver who immigrated to England from Guyana in the 1950s, has spent much of the past five years fine-tuning vast, complicated and hotly debated rules governing Europe's hedge funds, private equity funds and retail ...
(05-02-2016)

EU pushes for simplified pension sales without advice - FT Adviser

EU pushes for simplified pension sales without adviceFT Adviser“However, Eiopa believes that the objective in the case of Pan-European Personal Pension (Pepp) should be to develop default investment options in a way that would see them capable of being automatically designated as non-complex investments.and more »
(05-02-2016)

WS v WS: Pensions experts' review - Family Law

WS v WS: Pensions experts' reviewFamily LawEven if a Lifetime Allowance charge was applied and the husband inadvisably immediately withdrew all his money from the tax shelter of his pension, the tax rate of 55% on an award of £1,046,729 would leave him with £471,000. .... Not all pensions are ...
(05-02-2016)

The ugly contest: America's presidential pantomime - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekThe ugly contest: America's presidential pantomimeMoneyWeekAre negative interest rates on the horizon for Britain? Most people expect any eventual move in UK interest rates to be upwards. ... Sarah Moore looks at personal finance, and how the Lloyds Bank bond battle ended badly for investors, plus she has some ...
(05-02-2016)

The real reason stock markets plunged in January - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe real reason stock markets plunged in JanuaryTelegraph.co.ukWhy these are Britain's 14 best stock market income funds. These are only suspicions, not ... The regulators won't allow me to go on holding this successful investment in my Individual Savings Account or my Self Invested Personal Pension. So I have set ...The real reason stock markets plunged in JanauryYahoo Finance UKall 4 news articles »
(05-02-2016)

Insider special report: Pensions - Scottish Daily Record

Scottish Daily RecordInsider special report: PensionsScottish Daily RecordThat said, The Pensions Regulator, which regulates work-based pension schemes in the UK and is overseeing the roll-out of auto-enrolment, has recently seen a large increase in the number of employers under investigation and has just issued the first ...
(05-02-2016)

Weekly Money: the news stories that we noticed 1 to 5 February - The Independent

Weekly Money: the news stories that we noticed 1 to 5 FebruaryThe IndependentThousands of vulnerable people are being left to struggle with debt problems alone, warns PayPlan. It's calling on creditors to offer greater protection to those who are classed as being vulnerable. The debt adviser says there should be more help for ...
(05-02-2016)

The real reason stock markets plunged in Janaury - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe real reason stock markets plunged in JanauryTelegraph.co.ukWhy these are Britain's 14 best stock market income funds. These are only suspicions, not ... The regulators won't allow me to go on holding this successful investment in my Individual Savings Account or my Self Invested Personal Pension. So I have set ...and more »
(05-02-2016)
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