Deutsche Bank gave false declarations to the FCA and British Bankers’ Association, took years to produce evidence for the regulator and used a call recording system that was “not fit for purpose”, the FCA has found. Earlier today the bank was fined a record £227m by the FCA for manipulating Libor and Euribor. Combined with […]
Conservative plans to extend the Right to Buy programme to housing association tenants were slammed in last night’s BBC opposition leaders debate. The Tories announced the plans ahead of their manifesto launch last week, promising that 1.3 million tenants could qualify for discounts of up to 35 per cent in seeking to buy housing association […]
Labour will reintroduce a tax dropped by Government to fund its plans to abolish the bedroom tax.
Taking place on Wednesday 24th June at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel, Knightsbridge, London the Platforum D2C Conference will provide the setting for key industry experts to debate what good looks like for a direct proposition and how to maximise opportunities presented by the pension freedoms. Driven by the change in regulation, pension freedoms and […]
How do you choose between active and passive? Is it art or is it science? Is it really one or the other? Many people approach this decision thinking the outcome is either one thing or the other. You either expect your manager will outperform or you don’t. You go 100% active. Or 100% passive. But […]
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