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FSCS declares RJ Temple in default

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has declared R J Temple in
default, which means that FSCS is satisfied the firm is unable to pay claims against
it. A declaration of default opens the way for anyone who has lost money as a
result of dealings with the firm to make a claim for compensation to FSCS.


Beating about the Bush

The Diary can just about take being refused entry to the capital&#39s more exclusive nightspots but it gives the ego a fair bruising to be told: “Your name&#39s not on the list, you can&#39t come in” when trying to get into the NAPF autumn conference. To be fair to the NAPF, the thick blue line […]

Bills of fare

Our industry can look forward to some key announcements emanating from Westminster in the coming weeks. The Queen&#39s Speech, followed closely by the pre-Budget report, will reveal the Government&#39s intentions and, for the first time in a generation, financial services look set to take centre stage. The Government is rolling out a number of initiatives […]

Liverpool Victoria – With-Profits Income Bond

Type: With-profits bond Aim: Income by investing in equities, corporate bonds and propertyMinimum investment: Lump sum £10,000 Bonus rate: 4.25% Investment split: 30% equities, 30% corporate bonds, 40% property Allocation rates: £10,000-£49,999 &#45100%, £50,000-£99,999 &#45 125%, £100,000-£500,000 &#45 100.5% Charges: 0.085% a month management charge for first five years Commission: Subject to negotiation Tel: 0845 […]

Shadow of doubt over price caps

A Conservative Government would seriously reconsider the role of the Treasury in imposing price caps on the industry, says Shadow Chancellor Oliver Letwin. Chancellor Gordon Brown&#39s new opposite number says a Tory Government would not necessarily support price caps. In an exclusive interview with Money Marketing, Letwin says: “That is an issue we will consider. […]


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