Hargreaves Lansdown is among the out-of-favour stocks contributing to short interest across the FTSE 350 reaching a post-Brexit high. Currently 9 per cent of its shares are out on loan – an all-time high, IHS Markit reports. Short interest in the FTSE 350 has jumped 14 per cent year to date to 2.3 per cent […]
Consumer champion Martin Lewis has won a battle against a payment protection insurance claims firm that used his image to promote their services. Lewis and Moneysavingexpert.com, the website he founded, challenged two advertisements from Civil Claim Services. One was a Facebook post that included text stating that “the BBC, Martin Lewis and national press have […]
The Pensions Advisory Service chief executive Michelle Cracknell has said that the guidance service is seeing more “legal scams” designed to defraud pension savers. In a blog on The Pensions Regulator’s website, Cracknell notes the rise of cases where legal pension wrappers are used, but assets are being transferred into unsuitable investments. Cracknell writes: “Pension […]
Threesixty managing director Russell Facer looks at how to cover all bases with your DB transfer files The demand for defined benefit transfer advice and, subsequently, file reviews is massive and rising. We have a daily flow of files looking for review and many contain the same common issues which can be easy to resolve. […]
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