Sanjeev Shah and Anthony Bolton speak to MMTV. Click here to view:
GMAC-RFC new chief executive officer Simon Knight has marked the start of his tenure with the launch of a mainsteam two year fixed product at 5.25 per cent.Knight says: “We have made this dramatic move for three key reasons. First, to offer consumers fixed rate protection in a rising rate market at rates significantly cheaper […]
Housing economist John Wriglesworth has warned that brokers could face future misselling claims if they advise clients to take out two-year fixed-rate products in the current market climate.Speaking at the Mortgage Business Expo 2007 in Manchester last week, the Wriglesworth Consultancy managing director said he believes there is a significant risk that interest rates could […]
Chris Hopkinson has joined LV= as head of national accounts for its intermediary division.He will be responsible for communicating life and protection to key advice firms.Hopkinson has held senior positions with Legal & General and MetLife and will be responsible for 20 major accounts.Director intermediary business Stuart Tragheim says: “We are confident that Chris will […]
The Norwich Union-owned platform has also increased the minimum single contributions to its Sipp from £100,000 to £250,000 to deter inflows from current adviser users and enable it to work through an existing backlog.
Jelf Employee Benefits looks at the issue of paying anaesthetist fees when the patient had no chance to discuss or agree to them prior to care; and provides recommendations for avoiding this scenario.
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