I remember real problems such as fuel prices increasing by 300 per cent overnight in the early Seventies, the three-day week, the Winter of Discontent, the very real and more serious terrorist threat of the IRA, negative equity, house price falls of 40 per cent, etc, etc. By comparison, today’s “problems” are very minor.
US investment group Texas Pacific Group has withdrawn its £179 million cash injection for Bradford & Bingley after learning that ratings agency Moody’s is to downgrade the bank once again.
The CII has launched a series of podcasts on treating customers fairly aiming to offer a simple guide to the regulation for advisers and insurers.
Enhanced Fixed Returns Plan – Issue 5
With 23 auto-enrolment compliance notices issued by the Pensions Regulator, and an evolving legislative landscape meaning previously compliant schemes may now be in breach of regulation, now is the time to think about auditing your auto-enrolment scheme. Johnson Fleming is hosting a webinar on 9 October at 11:00 on how to audit your scheme to ensure compliance, avoid breaches and fines and overcome data issues.
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