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ICS opens way for 17 firms&#39 clients to claim compensation

The Investors Compensation Scheme is allowing customers of 17 former investment firms to apply for compensation.

The firms are David Bodill Independent Financial Services of Burnley Lancashire, Greystone Investments of Altricham, Cheshire, Joseph Teppett & Company Insurance Mortgage Consultants of Modbury, Devon, Brian Sloan Independent Financial Advisers of Maryport, Cumbria, KJ Earl & Associates of Dunstable, Bedfordshire, Evans & Rowe Life & Pensions of Mold, Clwyd, W.T. Life & Pensions, London SW20, Ythan Life & Pensions of Ellon, Aberdeenshire, Wyedean Investment Consultants subsequently Decidelife, William Lewis Financial Services subsequently Silverpower Services, Trevor Peel of Glen Insurance Services Ltd, Shipley Yorkshire, Thorne Associates of Treherbert Rhondda Mid Glamorgan, Regent Financial Services of Gateshead Tyne & Wear, Helmsman Investment Services of Bristol Avon, The Property Centre of Stockport Cheshire, Botham Independent Financial Services of Chesterfield, and Brian Kilkerr Insurance Services of Aberdeen.


Birmingham Midshires to offer base rate tracker mortgage

Birmingham Midshires Building Society is launching a mortgage which tracks the Bank of England base rate.The Base Rate Tracker which will be available exclusively through Midshires intermediary arm guarantees to offer 0.75 per cent above the Bank of England&#39s base rate for the lifetime of the loan.The current rate payable is 6.25 per cent and […]

Jon King appointed manager of Hinton & Wild

Jon King has been appointed manager of Hinton & Wild, the Surrey-based IFA.The firm, which is based in Tolworth near Surbiton, is part of the Gloucester-based equity release specialist Ecclesiastical Insurance Group.King joined EIG in 1994 as National Broker Consultant for the financial services division.


What employers should expect over the next five years

A major feature of our articles is looking into the Jelf Employee Benefits crystal ball to predict changes and trends that may influence the short and medium term shape of UK employee benefits.  By flagging such changes early we aim to provide our followers with the tools to make sensible and informed decisions on their benefits offerings.


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