It will come as no surprise to readers of Money Marketing that an issue continually at the top of our members’ wish list for policy action is the cost the current regulatory system imposes on their businesses. While there is clear consensus on the need for consumer protection, particularly given some of the recent misselling […]
The Chinese stockmarket has been hit by a steep loss of 6.4 per cent as large equity outflows and oil price falls continue to worry investors. The benchmark Shanghai Composite ended 6.42 per cent at 2,749.79, its lowest point since early December 2014 and the biggest one-day drop since the 7 per cent fall on 7 […]
Goldman Sachs has made a $5.1bn (£3.5bn) deal with US regulators over allegations it fraudulently sold mortgage bonds before the financial crash. The bank says it is set to pay $2.4bn to settle with regulators, plus another $2.67bn to consumers. Goldman has made the deal in principle with the US Department of Justice’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force. […]
Let’s imagine the Tardis existed outside Saturday night television. That we really had the option of travelling back in time, perhaps just three years or so to a point where neither the pension freedoms nor the possibility of once-in-a-lifetime reforms to tax relief on pension contributions were considered as anything more than a remote possibility. […]
The fastest growers in the Artemis Global Select Fund this year were also the largest companies, Amazon and Nike. Simon is looking to buy more like them in 2016.
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