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Surrey firms successfully appeals PIA suspension

The PIA has revoked an intervention notice banning a Surrey firm from carrying out investment business after a successful appeal to the Membership and Disciplinary Tribunal. Millers Financial Services of 345 Whitehorse Road, Croydon, Surrey was suspended on February 24 1998 the after the PIA said &#34it appeared that it had ceased to be fit and proper&#34.

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Skipton Guernsey is launching a 2 year growth bond offering up to 18 per cent growth with a return on capital.The fund will be linked to the FTSE 100 Index and will grow 1 per cent for every 1 per cent rise in the Index to a maximum of 18 per cent.The minimum investment is […]

Royal & Sun Alliance urges IFAs to act before NIC shake-up

Royal &Sun Alliance is urging IFAs to target corporate clients before a radical shake-up of Employers&#39 National Insurance Contributions in April.The life office says that the new single rate for employees earning over £23,934 will force an increase in the employer&#39s NIC costs.It has compiled a spreadsheet to help IFAs compare the changes as they […]

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