Though there are fewer S166 reviews under the FCA the average cost has more than quadrupled to £3m.
Treasury select committee chair Andrew Tyrie says he is “particularly concerned” about cost to firms and customers.
Cameron to say 90 per cent of Scottish financial services business with rest of UK is due to the union.
The British Chamber of Commerce has upgraded its GDP forecast for 2014 to 3.2 per cent up from 3.1 per cent.
BlackRock’s advisory arm will aid the ECB in designing a programme to buy asset-backed securities to ease credit conditions in the eurozone.
Senior MPs warn over plans to break up super computer into as many as 100 parts.
Stricter affordability checks, rising house prices and the prospect of an interest rate rise are leading borrowers to take out longer loans.
Scotland’s first minister insisted the Scottish government has already set out three currency alternatives in the latest live debate with Alistair Darling.
Half-year results mark significant improvement on last year’s £845m loss.
Counter fraud checking service pools data to allow for fraud checks at product application stage.
FSCS cannot say how much will be paid by advisers.
Chancellor refuses repeated requests for information on Project Verde deal.
Party has pledged to scrap top rate of income tax and take low earners out of income tax altogether.
Financial services lobbyists met with Government and the FCA more than 600 times in 2013. But is this a problem or democracy in action?
HMRC is not competent enough to be trusted with new powers, says BBA.
Government plans to introduce new criminal offence for failure to declare offshore tax arrangements.
Bruno Schroder and Angus Tulloch are amongst senior industry figures to make personal donations to either side of the campaign around Scottish independence.
Business Secretary Vince Cable and his advisors considered the sale of the remaining 30 per cent stake following its listing five months prior.
“Only fly in the ointment” which could prompt a rate increase is house prices.
Scotland’s first minister remained adamant that sharing the pound in a formal currency union with the UK is still the “best” long-term option for the independent country.
Chief executive Phil Loney puts true cost of charge cap at £1bn.
HMRC not competent enough to seize unpaid tax from bank accounts, says BBA.
Trade body says councils should tell self-funders regulated advice can lead to better outcomes.
Bowles stepped down from her role as MEP and chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee back in May 2014.
Consumer group says 24 per cent have no savings at all, putting them at financial risk.
Statement from the Bank challenges Scotland’s finance secretary’s claims over “technical discussions” on a currency union in an independent Scotland.
Lenders are in talks around the details of the John Vickers-proposed regime which requires banks to separate retail business and investment banking arm.
The New York Supreme Court has ruled that Northern Rock Asset Management should be allowed to take legal action against Societe Generale.
Bank’s inflation report shows weaker than expected volume of approvals in Q2.
Bank of England’s inflation report shows unemployment fell to 6.5 per cent in Q2.
Treasury expected to wait until after the general election.
Insurer says disclosure rules must take into account trusts that are mainly used for asset control, not avoidance.
10 executives have been awarded just under one million in shares, with payments worth up to £533,000.
62 per cent of schemes say they plan to offer extra support for members.
Government says regulatory oversight necessary because rules allow reduced capital for any liability.
Vine-Lott leaves his role with immediate effect after 13 years at the trade body.
Former MPC member Andrew Sentance warns Bank not to be lulled into a false sense of security over inflation risk.
Government ministers have drawn up plans to clamp down on savers using IHT trusts to reduce their tax burden, The Daily Telegraph reports.
AJ Bell chief executive Andy Bell says Govt should go further than current proposals to simplify drawdown.
New chair of European Parliament’s Econ committee says “we cannot wait any longer” to deal with deflation risk.