Byford will join the portal in July as head of service strategy. He will also be leaving his position as chairman of the Unipass committee.
Louise Hatch, one of the four founding partners of financial services public relations company Penrose Financial, is joining M:Communications.
Purely Mortgage predicts a post-election upsurge in the mortgage market and a recovery in the market over the next few months.But Purely warns customers not to wait to remortgage their homes for emotional rather than rational reasons.Purely Mortgages marketing director Ian Giles says there are people definitely looking at remortgaging or purchasing but are deferring […]
The Inland Revenue has left open a loophole in the Finance Act 2004 that enables some pensioners to double their tax-free cash allowance.
With the election out of the way, we can concentrate on the issue which dare not speak its name – pensions. Labour refused to be drawn on its intentions during the pre-election period but the subject is now the biggest and most pressing issue that the Government faces.
The Artemis UK Smaller Companies Fund has delivered good returns through the bull market. But its cautious style is better suited to the trickier times which could be coming, says manager Mark Niznik.
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