Former Standard Life finance director Alison Reed is believed to be taking legal action for compensation from the insurer following her departure last October. Standard insists Reed resigned and no compensation has been paid.
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Pink Home Loans is set to add Victoria Mortgage Funding to its range of packagers.Victoria has a full range of products from buy-to-let and prime through to the adverse sector, ranging from near prime right through to their CreditBuilder product.Across all of their ranges they offer two and three year fixed and discounted options with […]
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Moneyfacts mortgage analyst Julia Harris assesses whether rising mortgage fee payments affect advice.
By Fiona Tait, Pensions Specialist Since the announcement in March, the Lifetime ISA (LISA) has attracted controversy. Heralded as a saviour for the self-employed and the young wanting to get on the housing ladder, the new LISA risks adding confusion for savers trying to fully understand the benefits of new workplace pension savings through auto-enrolment. To […]
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The Work and Pensions select committee is launching a new inquiry into defined ambition pension schemes, which were legislated for but not fully implemented in 2015. The inquiry will consider whether collective defined contribution arrangements can give better outcomes than traditional DC plans, how they might be governed and whether seriously underfunded defined benefit schemes […]
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