Mortgage Brain is launching a business-to-consumer sourcing system in 2010. The web-based proposition will allow consumers to source, compare, select and enquire about mortgages.
Former Burns Anderson IFA Grahame Whitehead, who is accused of a £8m fraud, has been remanded in custody until December.
Legal & General’s overall sales fell 23 per cent to £293m in the year to September 30.
A corporate broker and intern have been found guilty of 12 counts of insider dealing from which they made around £110,000 profit.
FSA chairman Lord Turner says the UK must stop searching for a “non-existent silver bullet” in attempts to solve the banking crisis. At the Turner review conference in London on Monday, Turner said banks cannot be allowed to become “too big to fail” in the future but said that heralding the Glass-Steagall approach of splitting […]
Strong underlying businesses and lower exposure to the energy sector make European high-yield bonds attractive, says Alex Ralph. To watch the video click here
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The level of outstanding debt owed by over-65s who are still paying back a mortgage reached an average of £86,000 this year, an increase of 13 per cent over the past three years, according to a new report. The study by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), commissioned by equity release lender More […]
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