A Tamworth mortgage and general insurance broker has been refused a consumer credit licence by the Office of Fair Trading. Tamworth-based Peter Collinson had been struck off the Roll of Solicitors by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal for misappropriation of clients’ funds and other related offences according to the OFT’s adjudicator.
Shortly before David Severn stepped down as Aifa director-general, I met him for a quick chat, during which he told me what he thought the trade body’s priorities should be in the coming year.
The date for the court proceedings instrigated by Openwork against Home of Choice has how been set for November 22.The earlier separate proceedings brought against Richard Coulson will also be heard at the same date, to assess whether he was still a Zurich employee when he set up Home of Choice.Openwork ceo Stephen Leaman says: […]
FSA chairman Sir Callum McCarthy has attacked the EU for its handling of the markets in financial instruments directive at the FSA conference last week. He branded the EU irrespon-sible for failing to conduct a cost benefit review before issuing the directive and said it was far from clear that the benefits to the UK […]
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By Fiona Tait, Pensions Specialist 2015 was quite a year for pensions. Change, more change, and proposed changes to the changes. The Spring Budget – pre-election plans With everything that has happened since, it is hard to remember what happened in March. Following on from the bombshell of the 2014 Budget, the Chancellor confined himself […]
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