Once again, it is all change at the top, with John Bram-well's HL Reserves surging up the table from seventh last week and snatching the top spot from Mark Timmons' Marked Card. Second place is held by last month's overall winner Brian Rooney and Steve Hawes moves from fifth to third.
Legal & General has warned that its offer to rebate all charges for investments in its tracker range will expire on April 30.Until the end of the month, L&G will refund the annual management fee and all other charges for tracker Isas paid by lump sum as long as the money remains in one of […]
Intermediaries' confidence in the mortgage market reached its highest level in the first quarter of this year since its peak in 1997, says specialist lender Paragon Mortgages.The Paragon financial adviser confidence tracking index gives a rating of 121.7 for the first three months of 2002, up from an all-time low of 99 in the same […]
Bristol & West has brought out the latest issue of its five-year guaranteed equity bond cash Isa.This Isa is linked to the performance of three stockmarket indices, the FTSE 100, Eurostoxx 50 and Nikkei 225. This feature is designed to allow geographical diversification instead of relying on a single country. A full return of the […]
The amount of study time that should be allowed for depends on the individual but as a guide the Institute of Financial Services suggests spending 50-60 hours studying. However, each student should decide for themselves how much study time, including revision, they actually require. A study period of about 8-10 weeks is sufficient for most […]
Healthcare is already one of the key battlefields in May’s general election, with each of the main parties committing to deliver improvements to the NHS and public health.
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The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has declared self-invested personal pension operators Stadia Trustees, Brooklands Trustees and Montpelier Pension Administration Services in default. The lifeboat fund has received around 150 claims for compensation relating to the three businesses. Those claims relate to how the businesses set up, operated and administered Sipps through which people invested in […]
The Department for Work and Pensions has confirmed it will not change the pensions triple lock and will explore bolstering the powers of The Pensions Regulator in the forthcoming legislative period. The DWP published its “single departmental plan” yesterday, which sets out five objectives it is working towards over the next four years. It has […]
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