London stockbroker firm Arden Partners caused a wave of excitement in the buy-to-let sector when it issued an analyst’s note stating that Paragon could be “weeks away” from a return to new lending. Paragon stopped new lending in February 2008 because it failed to secure commercially acceptable terms to extend the wholesale loan facility that […]
Following publication of the Labour, Conservative and LibDem manifestos last week, Money Marketing asked a few advisers to suggest their own package of proposals. Next up Colin Jackson.
Money Marketing takes a look at what the three manifestos have to say regarding financial services and general economic issues.
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