Concordia, the collaboration between the five bigger London-based DAs – Savills Private Finance, Alexander Hall, Chase de Vere Mortgage Management, Hamptons International and Cobalt Capital – has dwindled in size to just two members.
The FSA is planning to stop all future accruals to its staff final-salary pension scheme from March 31, 2010.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel has criticised the Turner Review for failing to address banks’ “appalling” treatment of customers.
The FSA has fined Blackburn insurance broker Aspray Limited £21,000 for failing to monitor its appointed representatives and for misleading its clients and the regulator.
According to George Osborne “people like Isas – because they’re simple”. Fiona Tait is not convinced… Contributions & bonuses What he said: “From April 2017, anyone under the age of 40 will be able to open a Lifetime Isa and save up to £4,000 each year. And for every £4 you save, the Government will […]
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