Financial Conduct Authority [FCA] offices in Canary Wharf, London. Photo by Michael Walter/Troika
The High Court has wound up a scam property fund which took £880,000 from investors and promised returns of up to 51 per cent a year. The FCA says the fund was wound up earlier this month at its request and a liquidator appointed to investigate Hermay’s activities. The regulator says the firm had been […]
Sesame Bankhall has confirmed it has chosen Instrinsic as its preferred partner for investment and pension appointed representatives who choose to leave the network following its closure. Last month, Money Marketing revealed that Sesame was planning the tie-up with the Old Mutual-owned network after it closed for business to investment advisers. Following the restructure of […]
Watching 70 presentations in two days is an exhausting experience, as anyone who has been to Finovate will tell you, but it is well worth it because of the range and diversity of ideas presented. As a regular attendee (this is my tenth Finovate) I have found it is valuable to identify the presentations I […]
A UK referendum on EU membership must be brought forward to 2016, according to Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham. Shadow health secretary Burnham, who is one of four candidates running for Labour’s leadership following the resignation of Ed Miliband, described himself as staunchly pro-Europe, and pledged to embrace public desire for a vote. David Cameron’s […]
Nearly 12 months since sweeping to power, prime minister Narendra Modi has overseen a significant turnaround in India, which is now on track to become one of the most pro-growth, pro-investment economies in Asia. While the market has rallied 48 per cent over the last year in response to Modi’s reform agenda, what is the potential for further progress?
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