UK banks are continuing to pay “allowances” to bankers, despite calls from the EU to include such payments in the bonus cap.
Lawyers say warnings could amount to “enforcement by the back door”.
Compensation scheme has paid out 2,600 claims against failed firm
Bank of England chief economist Andrew Haldane is “gloomier” on UK economic prospects.
“If it looks and feels like advice, it probably is advice.” So said FCA technical specialist Rory Percival back in April 2013.
The FCA’s decision to row back on IFA internal referrals corrects a glaring error in its original guidance.
The recent comments made by Sue Lewis and Caroline Rookes of the Money Advice Service will only hurt consumer interests.
Many years ago, so many years that I am embarrassed to say, I rang a Scottish Amicable marketing director for my weekly chat.
The asset-gathering business model is a potential cause for concern, particularly when it comes to product suitability
Commentators like Sue Lewis of the FCA Consumer Panel fall into the “adviserism” trap on a regular basis.
Advisers more scared of FOS than FCA, says PFS president.
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FSCS levy payers have an interest in ensuring new products come under scrutiny.
Lenders’ policies on pension contributions are pushing some to consider ceasing payments.
In the coming years, we are likely to see the debate about the UK’s place in the European Union intensify.