Walker Crips has launched its first three-year fixed income structured product.
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New Horizon Fund
The FSA may need to be replaced by two separate bodies responsible for micro-prudential issues and conduct of business, with the Bank of England to take on macro-prudential issues, according to Sir James Sassoon.
More than £800m of taxpayers’ bail-out money is set to be injected into Royal Bank of Scotland’s pension schemes, which have fallen into deficit after investing in the bank’s shares.
A period of exceptional uncertainty started last Friday for the UK, including a fierce leadership battle in a deeply divided Conservative party, the timing of the trigger of the EU’s Article 50, as well as a potential referendum in Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Click here to read the full article
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