Former Ukip financial services spokesman Godfrey Bloom says the party is focussing solely on EU regulation.
Insurers have held behind-closed-doors meetings about the political risk attached to Chancellor George Osborne’s pension revolution.
If Scotland opts to use the pound unilaterally and walks away from its share of UK debt this could lead to “unprecedented” austerity, NIESR warns.
The ONS reports nearly half a million jobs have been created in the last year.
Insurers are planning for the unthinkable – a U-turn on the Government’s flagship pension reforms
Mass devolution is likely if Scotland votes no to independence.
The law of unintended consequences says the actions of individuals and governments always have effects not foreseen by those involved.
Hang on to your hats (or your bonnets) - this is going down to the wire
The DWP announcement that it has already decided to scrap the restrictions on Nest looks on the surface like a strong pro-consumer decision.
The trouble with regulation, as many in the industry will attest, is often the unintended consequences.
Providers may be forced to run group sessions to keep costs down, say experts.
Lib Dem Conference 2013
The party met in Glasgow for their annual conference to flesh out manifesto ideas.
Labour Conference 2013
The Institute of Fiscal Studies predicts changes to pensioner taxation in the next 15 years.
Conservative Party Conference 2013
MPs want firms to argue the case about which decisions governing financial services should be made in the UK.
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Brokers argue that the uncertainty around a currency split and mortgage lending should have been a main feature of the No campaign
Advisers and providers believe the Government’s long-term care guidelines are too broad and don’t do enough to aid self-funders.
Brokers expect to see an autumn upturn in remortgage approvals but urge lenders and borrowers to assess the situation now.
What options are there for older borrowers in light of the Budget changes?