Ed Miliband has resigned as Labour leader, effective following today’s VE day commemorations, after the party was hammered in the general election. Miliband’s party lost out heavily last night, retaining just a single seat in Scotland, while shadow chancellor Ed Balls lost his seat in Morley and Outwood. In a speech today, Miliband said Labour deputy […]
As the last weeks of the general election campaign grind on, at least we seem to have some emerging consensus about what needs to be done in the housing market (although little consensus about how). For the first time in many years housing features strongly in the manifestos of all parties and there is something […]
What was your first job in financial services? I worked for a small consultancy business in Macclesfield, mainly focusing on compliance. It wasn’t always fun but I learned a lot about what good looks like. Describe your current role. I am managing director of threesixty. I spend most of my time talking to advisers, figuring […]
ABI, NAPF and the Trade Union Congress back commission to tackle short-termist political approach to retirement saving.
The world’s strongest currency in November was not the US dollar, despite the greenback rallying 3.5% against the euro, 8.7% against the Japanese yen and over 8.6% versus the Mexican peso and the Turkish lira up to yesterday’s close. The strongest currency last month was sterling, which had strengthened 2.2% versus even the mighty US […]
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