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Telegraph.co.ukLord Turner warns on peer-to-peer: this is what the 'stress tests' showTelegraph.co.ukWhen bankers ploughed investors' money into the mortgage market before the credit crisis in 2008, they took on more and more risky borrowers. A similar spiral could conceivably happen, warned Neil Faulkner of 4thWay, a risk rating agency. There is a ...and more »
The IndependentMoney Video round-up: mortgage rates, bank accounts, energy bills and free stuffThe IndependentThe Bank of England has kept rates at 0.5 per cent for seven years now, but borrowers who think they're on a great low deal should think again. Complacency could mean them missing out on even better deals, with two year fixed rates on offer at less ...and more »
Hargreaves LansdownHow to navigate through the market stormHargreaves LansdownIn my view UK interest rates won't rise this year, and I wouldn't even be surprised to see the US Federal Reserve reverse its December rate rise. ... Even if you are unsure about markets, remember you can still make a contribution to your ISA or ...
This is MoneyDoes your fund beat its benchmark? How to use financial yardsticks to your benefitThis is MoneyAll investment and pension funds come with a benchmark, which is normally the first and most basic yardstick people use to measure and compare their performance. Benchmarks are often straightforward market indices - the FTSE All-Share, the S&P 500 ...
Financial TimesCity grandee Lord Turner warns on peer-to-peer lending risksFinancial TimesLord Adair Turner, the former chairman of the UK financial regulator, has issued a grave warning on risks building up in the burgeoning peer-to-peer lending industry. The sector, which uses internet technology to match individual lenders ... In the US ...and more »
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Lord Turner warns on peer-to-peer: this is what the 'stress tests' show - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLord Turner warns on peer-to-peer: this is what the 'stress tests' showTelegraph.co.ukWhen bankers ploughed investors' money into the mortgage market before the credit crisis in 2008, they took on more and more risky borrowers. A similar spiral could conceivably happen, warned Neil Faulkner of 4thWay, a risk rating agency. There is a ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Money Video round-up: mortgage rates, bank accounts, energy bills and free stuff - The Independent

The IndependentMoney Video round-up: mortgage rates, bank accounts, energy bills and free stuffThe IndependentThe Bank of England has kept rates at 0.5 per cent for seven years now, but borrowers who think they're on a great low deal should think again. Complacency could mean them missing out on even better deals, with two year fixed rates on offer at less ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

How to navigate through the market storm - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownHow to navigate through the market stormHargreaves LansdownIn my view UK interest rates won't rise this year, and I wouldn't even be surprised to see the US Federal Reserve reverse its December rate rise. ... Even if you are unsure about markets, remember you can still make a contribution to your ISA or ...
(10-02-2016)

Does your fund beat its benchmark? How to use financial yardsticks to your benefit - This is Money

This is MoneyDoes your fund beat its benchmark? How to use financial yardsticks to your benefitThis is MoneyAll investment and pension funds come with a benchmark, which is normally the first and most basic yardstick people use to measure and compare their performance. Benchmarks are often straightforward market indices - the FTSE All-Share, the S&P 500 ...
(10-02-2016)

City grandee Lord Turner warns on peer-to-peer lending risks - Financial Times

Financial TimesCity grandee Lord Turner warns on peer-to-peer lending risksFinancial TimesLord Adair Turner, the former chairman of the UK financial regulator, has issued a grave warning on risks building up in the burgeoning peer-to-peer lending industry. The sector, which uses internet technology to match individual lenders ... In the US ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC 59.5% Potential Upside Indicated by Nomura - DirectorsTalk Interviews

Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC 59.5% Potential Upside Indicated by NomuraDirectorsTalk InterviewsVirgin Money Holdings (UK) plc is a United Kingdom-based retail-only bank. The Company is focused on providing residential mortgages, savings and credit cards. It also offers a range of investment and insurance products. Its segments include Mortgages ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Fresh fraud worries as crooks target bank accounts and lonely hearts - The Independent

The IndependentFresh fraud worries as crooks target bank accounts and lonely heartsThe IndependentThe fraud is doubly dangerous as it not only threatens having a large overdraft run up in your name, but can act as a gateway to other fraudulent debt as crooks often open other financial products such as loans or credit cards. “Companies and consumers ...
(10-02-2016)

Life in David Cameron's backyard is set to get tougher – who will feel the pain? - The Guardian

The GuardianLife in David Cameron's backyard is set to get tougher – who will feel the pain?The GuardianIan Felton, 70, does not relish the idea of staying in bed to save money. But he has been forced to ... “It'll still take a massive chunk of my pension. I have to contribute to bills ... It's happening with everything – personal independence payments ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Judge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering report - New York Post

New York PostJudge gives HSBC two-week extension on money-laundering reportNew York PostA Brooklyn federal judge on Tuesday extended by two weeks the deadline for UK bank HSBC to redact portions of a potentially explosive anti-money-laundering report. Judge John Gleeson. who has already rejected requests from the Justice Department and ...HSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed - US judgeReuters UKHSBC money laundering report's release likely delayed-US jLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 41 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

Surge in number of fake current account applications - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKSurge in number of fake current account applicationsAOL Money UKCriminals see current accounts as a lucrative target as they can max out an overdraft as well as using the accounts as a "gateway" to commit other frauds, including making bogus loan and credit card applications. The increase in current account fraud ...Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukall 10 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

Challenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt booms - This is Money

This is MoneyChallenger bank Vanquis flogs credit cards with 40% interest rates in the street as household debt boomsThis is MoneyBank staff are flogging expensive credit cards to shoppers in town centres and outside fast-food restaurants despite fears that Britain is heading towards a new credit crunch. In a disturbing development, Money Mail has discovered that lending bosses ...
(10-02-2016)

How did Iceland clean up its banks? - BBC News

BBC NewsHow did Iceland clean up its banks?BBC NewsIf you look at how the central banks in the UK and the US and in Europe responded, they printed money. "We could not print money, so we had to ... UK and the US, but they weren't systemic. There was fraud in the US mortgage market, but at fairly low ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

Warning: huge surge in current account fraud - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWarning: huge surge in current account fraudAOL Money UKExperian has also warned that fraudsters use current accounts as a gateway to more fraud, because once they have control of a current account in your name, it makes it far easier to apply for credit cards or loans. Criminals have gradually turned their ...Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukall 12 news articles »
(10-02-2016)

Current account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracks - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCurrent account fraud doubles – how to stop criminals in their tracksMirror.co.ukAlong with fraudulent current account applications, credit card and insurance policy fraud also saw a big rise in 2015. Much like current account fraud, credit card fraud was largely driven by identity theft. “There is a significant knowledge gap ...and more »
(10-02-2016)

How banks refuse perfect borrowers a mortgage because they're too old - This is Money

This is MoneyHow banks refuse perfect borrowers a mortgage because they're too oldThis is Money'We could raise the money by selling up and trading down, but we don't want to do that.' They're not alone. The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) says that 1.9 million borrowers had wholly interest-only mortgages at the end of 2014. A further 460,000 ...Mortgage fees at 21-month highMoney Marketall 36 news articles »
(10-02-2016)
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