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Spinning their hopes on £1m for charities

Chief executives and senior managers from the financial services industry have joined forces to launch the Moneyspinners fund-raising initiative, with the first event to be a Land’s End to John O’Groats bike ride.

The aim is raise £1m for charity this year and the scheme is being pioneered by Openwork chief executive officer Keith Carby and Financial Services Forum CEO Anthony Thomson.

Thirty industry leaders will cycle the 1,000 mile route in late September raising money for their own nominated charities as well as Moneyspinners’ main charity, Naomi House Children’s Hospice.


FSA still undecided on mortgage regime

FSA chairman Lord Adair Turner says the regulator is yet to decide whether it will restrict loan to value and loan to income limits as part of its regulation of mortgage products.

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As a chief executive officer of a business in the financial services sector, I have been dealing with the introduction of auto-enrolment for our clients for some time, but I can also speak from an employer’s point of view, having to go through the process ourselves.


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