The influential Treasury committee is expected to release figures imminently relating to redress claims made to Lloyds Banking Group for fraud at the HBOS Reading branch, as it is reported more than 50 of the 70 victims have accepted compensation offers. In February last year a group of financiers, including two former HBOS employees, were […]
The Liberal Democrats have spoken out ahead of the imminent deadline for the pension cold calling ban. The ban, which is being introduced through the Financial Guidance and Claims Act, needs to be implemented by the end of June. Lib Dem work and pensions spokesman Stephen Lloyd says: “The government is rudderless and hopelessly distracted […]
Eight senior staff at Standard Life Aberdeen are on their way to Aviva Investors as it plans to open a new Edinburgh office this month. The departures come as a blow for the newly-merged Standard Life Aberdeen, which also lost former Standard Life Investments equities head David Cumming to Aviva in January. Cumming will now […]
Thomas Buckingham, portfolio manager of the JPM UK Higher Income Fund, discusses UK inflation and what it means for investors.
Jim Grant, Senior Product Insight & Technical Support Analyst Jim Grant explains the pensions impact of the new Scottish rate of income tax. The bands and rates of Scottish income tax for the 6 April 2018 to 5 April 2019 tax year have now been confirmed. These now differ significantly from the rest of the […]
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