The Bank of England suspended a staff member last week over allegations they condoned rate rigging.
Euan Sutherland says changes cannot be enforced without better governance.
Market study suggests business lending remains concentrated among small number of major banks.
Crucial case management conference scheduled for this month likely to be delayed.
Firms acting as ‘introducers’ are able to promote unregulated investments without any regard to the suitability of an investment
Fund managers need to ensure they get best value when spending clients’ money but we need a reasoned debate on the best method of paying for investment research
The UK could be the world leader in financial technology but a change in attitude from the Financial Ombudsman Service is needed
Yesterday’s cases should not be judged by today’s standards.
Corporate cultures won’t change in financial services unless CEOs and Boards are forced to do it.
“Saving more tomorrow” is a great concept but doing it now is even better.
Advisers more scared of FOS than FCA, says PFS president.
FCA Inducement News
Malcolm Streatfield says the network’s arrangements with providers have always complied with FCA rules.
IFP Conference 2013
Succession boss tells advisers clients do not want to be advised by “someone they think is poor.”
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Ensuring employees are clear where and when intellectual property rights apply can help prevent costly litigation when advisers leave a firm
Experts say new European rules on fund manager pay do little to add to current UK regulation
Brokers say the regulatory clampdown on interest-only mortgages has gone too far
Brokers questioned whether a local authority has the necessary clout to oversee the relationship between estate agents and in-house brokers.