Nigel Farage will remain the leader of Ukip after the party rejected his resignation. Farage announced he would step down on Friday after failing to win the seat of South Thanet, as he had promised in the run up to the general election. But Ukip’s national executive committee has “unanimously” rejected his resignation, saying the […]
Just Retirement has seen annuity sales drop by 37 per cent for the three months to 31 March, with total sales also falling 45 per cent. For the quarter, annuity sales tumbled from £338.1m to £213.4m, while total sales fell from £497.3m to £276.1m. For the nine months to March annuity sales were down 15 […]
European changes to the Key Facts Illustration document will create “confusion” among borrowers and could prevent them from comparing deals from different lenders, say experts. The mortgage credit directive comes into force on 21 March 2016 and replaces the KFI in the UK with a new European standardised information sheet. The FCA has given lenders […]
Industry bodies are looking to create a “coalition” with consumer groups to help strengthen the voice of the advice profession and improve trust in the sector. The Personal Finance Society has stepped up its consumer profile with the launch of a money guidance website, while ex-IFA Association director general Garry Heath plans to work closely […]
Jacob de Tusch-Lec, manager of the Global Income Fund, analyses a sell-off so “vicious” that the ‘hot’ stocks are underperforming emerging markets. What does it mean for the portfolio – now and in the months to come?
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