The FSA is launching an investigation into Goldman Sachs International in relation to US Securities and Exchange Commission allegations of fraud.
Following publication of the Labour, Conservative and LibDem manifestos last week, Money Marketing asked a few advisers to suggest their own package of proposals. Next up Colin Jackson.
The Association of Consulting Actuaries has lambasted the major parties’ policies for pensions and elderly care claiming they are “threadbare at best and positively damaging at worst”.
The FSA has today won its market abuse case in the Court of Appeal against market maker Winterflood and two of its traders, Stephen Sotiriou and Jason Robins.
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