I would like to remind advisory firms they are required to submit a return to the FCA at the end of each quarter if there have been any changes to retail investment advisers registered with them. This needs to be submitted within 20 business days of the end of the quarter. Firms will need to […]
Asking prices dipped in the run-up to the election but are up 2.5 per cent annually. Research by online estate agent Rightmove shows the average UK asking price was £285,891 in May, down 0.1 per cent from £286,133 in April. However, asking prices were up 2.5 per cent year-on-year from around £278,900 in April 2014. […]
The resurgence of the UK has been well documented this year, the UK economy continues to grow and consumer confidence is at a 13-year high. These factors are feeding into the UK stockmarket. Many of the major indices have hit all-time highs, particularly the FTSE 100 which has broken the 7,000 mark. UK equity is […]
Uniform political support for a triple-lock on state pensions does not reflect a flawed policy that could cost the Exchequer £15bn a year, according to experts. All of the major parties backed the triple-lock in the build up to the election and the policy is therefore likely to continue following the Conservatives’ victory last week. […]
Last Wednesday was International Youth Day: a UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) initiative that began in 1999.
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