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ICS allows claims against nine more firms

The Investors Compensation Scheme is allowing customers of 9 former investment firms to lodge formal applications for compensation.


The firms are WJH Dovey Insurance Brokers in Dudley, Staunton Group in Marlow, Solicitors Estate Agency in Paisley, RC Parish in Gloucester, Puttick Pensions & Financial Services in Devon, Broadway Business Services in West Sussex, Banner Assurance Services in Surrey, The Hallmark Consultancy in Solihull and Independent Financial Development in London.

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Darlington Building Society takes £207m of new business

Darlington Building Society too a record £207m from savers and borrowers in 1998.The number of savings and borrowers account holders increased by 6 per cent to 103,280 and total assets under management grew by 8.5 per cent to £367m.Pre-tax profit was up 11.3 per cent to £3.1m.

Mark Page: “A good time to be a European fund manager”

With European markets picking up in early 2015, Mark Page, Artemis European Opportunities Fund manager, discusses the ‘macro’ drivers and whether the improvements are sustainable. Largely driven by economic stimulus by the European Central Bank, European stockmarkets have performed strongly so far in 2015. Mark discusses the relative merits and sustainability of ECB policy with […]

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