Parliamentary commission on banking standards’ final report wants a senior persons regime introduced.
The commission says the FCA should have the power to ban or limit bank sales incentive schemes.
The banking commission says FOS complaint fees should be waived if banks handle initial complaints well.
Local authorities should have a duty to refer people to a regulated financial adviser for long-term care, says Just Retirement’s Stephen Lowe.
Banks fear being swept away by a torrent of new regulation when Mark Carney takes over as governor of the Bank of England. Rodrigo Amaral charts the rise of the Canadian banker.
Reform of the MPs’ pension scheme could help them drive through the rest of the public sector pension reforms.
Conservative MEP Vicky Ford starts the ball rolling with calls for specific reforms.
A divided profession means trade bodies don’t have the influence they once had.
I believe Ukip could save £80bn a year to fund exciting tax cuts.
Government must ensure it has a cast iron legal case.
Symponia managing director Janet Davies says the Government is making a serious error by not explicitly mentioning regulated advice.
Ukip is trying to turn the clock back on the RDR while financial services has become the latest battle ground in the campaign for Scottish independence.