With property prices falling in some areas, you would think that there was an opportunity for struggling first-time buyers trying to get on the housing ladder. Unfortunately, while prices may become more affordable, the rapidly diminishing number of high loan to value mortgages means the majority of first-time buyers will not be able to take advantage of this situation.
The Upper Tribunal has found that Andrew Tinney, the former chief operating officer of Barclays Wealth, breached his obligation as an approved person to act with integrity. The update published on the FCA’s website today explains the reasons for the publication of the ruling. In March 2012, Tinney received a document which contained critical findings […]
‘Scheme pays’ can take the sting out of annual allowance tax charges, but scheme members must move quickly to take advantage With more than five months to go, the self-assessment deadline feels like a lifetime away. But for clients facing an annual allowance tax charge for the 2018/19 tax year on their pension savings, the […]
The Financial Conduct Authority has announced six Q&A roundtable sessions to be hosted across the UK. The regulatory body will be going to Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Newport. Each event, titled “ask the regulator”, will be 90 minutes long and will feature FCA and industry representatives. According to the FCA, the sessions are […]