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Govt pledges to tackle ‘heavy handed’ regulators

The Government will today set out plans to cut at least £10bn in business red tape in a bid to boost Britain’s growth prospects, the Telegraph reports. Recently-appointed Business Secretary Sajid Javid will vow to help small firms by getting “heavy handed” regulators off their backs. In a speech in Bristol, Javid will say: “Small […]

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Tales from the frontline on pension freedoms

It has been noticeably quiet for us on the pension front since the reforms were introduced. It appears consumers have heeded the various warnings to avoid rushing to make decisions. We expect to advise a large number of clients on pension freedoms over the next three to five years but hopefully these will be on a […]

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FCA fines Merrill Lynch International £13m over transaction reporting

The FCA has fined Merrill Lynch International £13.3m for transaction reporting failures. The regulator says MLI incorrectly reported over 35 million transactions, and failed to report a further 121,387 transactions between November 2007 and November 2014. The fine is the highest ever imposed by the regulator for transaction reporting failures. The FCA says the size […]

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