The FSA is considering compiling a league table based on banks’ complaint-handling procedures and publishing the number of complaints that banks and financial services companies receive.
Steve Bee is not the only critic of the system of personal accounts being proposed by the Government but he is one of the most vociferous. Scottish Life head of pensions strategy Bee says: “What you are doing, if you’re not careful as a Government, is your wasting an opportunity to fix the pension system […]
Baillie Gifford has had a reshuffle on its European and Asia desks.
NDFA is offering another issue of its regular fixed-income plan which takes advantage of the new tax treatment of non-UK dividends announced in the Budget.
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