Prime Minister David Cameron says he will only back a new European Union treaty if he secures safeguards for the City of London to protect Britain’s interests. Writing in The Times today, Cameron (pictured) said he will not support a treaty that gives new tax and spend rules to the eurozone unless there are also […]
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme is to send MF Global UK customers application forms for compensation in a move that is likely to trigger another large FSCS bill for advisers. The UK subsidiary of the failed investment brokerage was placed into special administration in October and is classed by the FSCS as in the investment […]
Will 2011 be seen as the year that the FSA finally began to crack down on poor bank advice or will high-street institutions carry on as before, accepting the odd slap on the wrist as a price worth paying? This week HSBC received the biggestever retail fine from the FSA, £10.5m, in relation to failings […]
After years of a slowly brewing economic recovery, the UK has seen a strong rise in growth in recent months. Mark Martin, manager of the Neptune UK Mid Cap Fund, discusses the strength of this recovery and whether it is sustainable.
In the video, Martin addresses the following:
• Structural features supporting the UK economy
• UK mid-caps and the potential for M&A activity
• Valuations and opportunities in house builders