The proposed fee increases from the FCA should shock and anger firms. They should also worry consumers. These costs have to be passed on. With inflation running at 0 per cent and wages increasing at less than 2 per cent, it takes a special type of organisation to propose increasing its costs by 8.5 per […]
A man has been sentenced to 538 days in jail for failing to pay a confiscation order for insider dealing. Pardip Saini was sentenced to three years and six months in prison in July 2012 and ordered to pay £464,564. He was due to pay the order by 12 March, but £222,047 remains outstanding. At […]
Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O’Neill is to be made a peer and will help shape the Government’s devolution plans as commercial secretary to the Treasury. In a speech in Manchester yesterday, Chancellor George Osborne announced O’Neill – who coined the term Brics to describe emerging economies – would be placed “right in the […]
ABI, NAPF and the Trade Union Congress back commission to tackle short-termist political approach to retirement saving.
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