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Equitable chief says policyholders should settle for £2bn

Equitable Life chief executive Chris Wiscarson says policyholders should accept compensation worth £2bn rather than the £4bn-£4.8bn recommended due to concerns over Government finances.

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Mortgage market remains subdued in July

The mortgage market continued to be subdued in July in what is traditionally a strong month, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders. There were 56,000 loans worth a total of £8.4bn for house purchase advanced in July, up from 52,000 in June, worth £7.7bn, and from 53,000 worth a total £7.3bn a year ago. […]

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Yet another idea for protecting consumers that removes their choice and, in many instances, fouls up their existing financial planning. Many clients rely on an inheritance, tax-free cash from pensions, sale of investment properties or simply a future downsize as a means of repayingoutstanding capital. Are consumers so truly stupid that they cannot be relied […]

Artemis Monthly Distribution Fund: positioning and outlook

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