Brandon Lewis will remain housing minister despite reports he had been replaced. Yesterday, it was being wrongly claimed on Twitter that Mark Francois had been made the new housing minister after he was appointed minister of state for communities and local government. The rumours were fuelled by the fact Lewis’ photo and profile had been […]
Tesco has posted a record loss of £6.4bn, one of the biggest losses outside of banking in British corporate history. In its annual results, published today, the supermarket group revealed it made a pre-tax loss of £6.38bn in the year to the end of February, compared with a pre-tax profit of £2.3bn the previous year. […]
Rathbones’ total funds under management rose 6.3 per cent to £28.9bn at the end of the first quarter, but outflows at the unit were up 17 per cent. Total funds grew from £27.2bn in December 2014, rising 26.8 per cent year-on-year, according to the firm’s results for the first three months of 2015. However, outflows at the division […]
Three leading direct-to-consumer platforms that charge exit fees have been accused of making customers pay for their own failure to bring down the costs of transferring assets. Last week, Axa announced customers on its Self Investor platform would be given up to £750 towards the cost of paying exit fees levied by ceding providers. Axa […]
Those with decent-length memories will recall that in the 2014 Budget statement George Osborne announced the new (and entirely unexpected) pension freedoms. The new rules come fully into force in less than two weeks.
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