Tesco is looking to take a 10 per cent share of the financial services market over the long term.
The BSA is concerned about the FSA’s new proposals for society supervision, reports Paul Thomas
Bankers are calling on UK Financial Investments to consider a convertible bond for Government-held stakes in both Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland ahead of next month’s election.
The FSA has appointed the former official spokesman of Prime Minister Tony Blair, Tom Kelly, as its new communications director.
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