The FSA has banned Bluebay Asset Management senior fund manager Simon Treacher and fined him £40,000 for deceiving investors by mis-marketing funds he managed.
Conservative leader David Cameron has said he will never change Britain over to the Euro if he is elected as Prime Minister.
IFA firm Carterbar has been asked by the FSA to help workers at Corus steel plant manage their finances when it closes temporarily.
Rockingham Retirement is set to expand its annuity clearing house service to search whole of market for the best deal.
The Conservative party has conceded that the creation of a Consumer Protection Agency could increase the cost of regulation.
Jelf, an independent full-service UK-based brokerage that supports businesses and individuals, has announced its interim results.
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