Homefunding chief executive Tony Ward has called for a European Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae organisation to reignite the securitisation market.
Threesixty has labeled SimplyBiz’s plan to provide funds to help its members meet higher capital adequacy requirements “premature”.
Pension Corporation’s subsidiary Pension Insurance Corporation is set to insure Thorn Limited’s pension fund in what they claim is the largest ever UK pension insurance buyout.
Research from Zurich has revealed less than one in ten single consumers have any form of income protection.
A report from the Centre for the Modern Family out last week presents some interesting — and perhaps rather worrying — findings.
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