Insurers are detecting record levels of fraudulent insurance claims, the Association of British Insurers reveals today.
Network Data has cancelled its trip to Marrakech for its top 20 appointed representatives and revealed there are two possible buyers for its broker networks.
Treasury select committee member Labour MP Andy Love predicts that Chancellor Alistair Darling will delay any tax increases in his Budget next week due to the recession.
The Financial Services Authority has defended it decision to spend over £200,000 on three Christmas parties, claiming it was good for staff morale.
In this short video, Martin Foden, head of credit research at Royal London Asset Management, discusses how convenience is affecting the construction of fixed income portfolios. Watch the video in full The value of investments and the income from them is not guaranteed and may go down as well as up and investors may not […]
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The Financial Ombudsman Service does not plan on making any changes to the way it is funded in the next financial year. The FOS published a consultation today about its proposed plans and budget for the 2018/19 financial year. The consultation says the organisation is aware it will need a funding model that accounts for […]
Savers will only be engaged in the pension dashboard if they have trust and confidence in the information it provides, according to the pensions minister. Speaking yesterday at a pensions dashboard development day event, pensions and financial inclusion minister Guy Opperman said all parts of the industry need to be on board with the project […]
One of the men behind an illegal collective investment scheme has been sentenced to another year in prison after failing to pay his FCA-ordered compensation. Ross Peters was one of eight men convicted over their role in a land banking scheme. The group ran a Ucis operation through three companies which cold-called potential investors to […]