More than 80 per cent of the industry believe that the current regulatory system places too great a burden on firms, according to a survey by the Financial Services Practitioner Panel.
New Star has denied rumours that chairman and founder John Duffield has already resigned from the firm.
Halifax’s decision to cut it’s 3 per cent tracker collar will cost the lender as much as £575m, according to mform.co.uk.
The Government has revealed details of its hastily-prepared mortgage support scheme that was announced after the Queen’s speech last week.
The Pensions and Benefits UK Conference takes place this week, where Jelf will have a stand.
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