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Budget 2018

All the latest news, expert views and analysis from Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget 2018 on Money Marketing

Waspi

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion on the Waspi (Women Against State Pension Inequality), which campaigns for women born in the UK in the 1950s who have been affected by changes proposed by the 1995/2011 Pensions Act.

Companies

Money Marketing showcases news, analysis and opinion from the UK’s leading financial firms and companies. Click on the links below for up-to-date articles on the following companies. Aegon Aviva Hargreaves Lansdown Intrinsic James Hay Legal and General Old Mutual Openwork Prudential Royal London Standard Life Aberdeen SJP Succession Group 

Prudential

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion on Prudential, a British life insurance and financial services company headquartered in London, UK, founded in London in May 1848.

Aegon

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion on Aegon, a provider of life insurance, pensions and asset management.

Retail Distribution Review – RDR

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion in relation to the Retail Distribution Review – RDR, a set of rules and regulations to ensure more transparency in the investment industry.

Mifid II

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion in relation to Mifid II, the latest iteration of the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive.

Financial Services Compensation Scheme – FSCS

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion in relation to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme – FSCS, which is the UK’s statutory deposit insurance and investment compensation scheme.

Financial Ombudsman Service – FOS

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion in relation to the Financial Ombudsman Service – FOS, which was established in 2000 in order to mediate in UK disputes between consumers and UK business providing financial services.

Financial Conduct Authority – FCA

Money Marketing’s latest news, analysis and opinion in relation to the Financial Conduct Authority – FCA, the UK financial regulatory body that oversees 56,000 financial services firms and financial markets.