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20 August 2014 Increased cover limits from 3XD! View email
19 August 2014 IFA jailed for 5 years / Networks - Who will jump ship first? / New CCL? View email
19 August 2014 One Size Fits All? View email
18 August 2014 Introducer payments / Networks / Unpaid drone for the FCA? / PPI complaint View email
16 August 2014 Who is saying what about lenders and providers? / What have you missed? / Natwest panel removals / Lenders visits / Jobs / PPI complaint client returning View email
15 August 2014 Don't you just LOVE the Woolwich?" / "Mtg brokerage 13yr ban / Interest only mtg complaint / He earns £40Kpa from BNI?! / Lender's 'Interrogatory attitude' / Jobs galore View email
14 August 2014 Financial Ltd / Ditched by Nationwide then Santander then LB Group / Banks spinning a line / PPI complaint client returning / "Have Santander gone nuts?" View email


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Mainly mortgage news…

Growth spurt for bridging industry

Today

Growth in annual gross lending now stands at 24%, over the twelve months ending 1st July 2014, research from West One Loans reveals.

Swansea most affordable for second steppers

Today

Swansea is the most affordable place in the UK for second stepper couples looking to buy their first family home, with the average price of a house only 9.6% more than the average price of a flat, research by Placebuzz.com reveals.

Borro chief promises fully compliant ads

Today

Borro chief executive and founder Paul Aitken has vowed to ensure all of the firms’ future marketing and communications are fully compliant after the firm had one of its TV ads branded “frivolous” and banned by the Advertising Standards Agency.

Borro censured for ‘irresponsible' advert

Yesterday

Following three viewer complaints, the Advertising Standards Authority said online pawnbroker Borro was encouraging ‘frivolous spending of borrowed money' when a couple in an advert discussed spending cash on a Caribbean holiday.

Should ARs always be punished for the sins of their network? Marketwatch

Yesterday

Following the Financial Conduct Authority's decision to ban IFA network Financial Limited from recruiting any more advisers due to supervision failings, NatWest stopped accepting business from all network brokers.

Mainly IFA news…

Phoenix forecasts £57m hit on profits as gov't pension plans bite

Today

Phoenix has forecasted a £57m drop in future profits due to the Budget and charge cap plans.

FCA examines adviser charging on bonds

Today

The FCA is reviewing a form of adviser charging on investment bonds.

DWP under fire over 'ill-judged' Scottish independence memo

Today

The DWP has been criticised for its ‘ill-judged’ referendum letter to staff.

US markets edge higher despite hawkish Fed minutes

Today

US markets continued to edge higher on Wednesday, despite the Federal Reserve's latest minutes suggesting an interest rate hike may come sooner than expected.

Phoenix Group profits up to £266m after Ignis sale

Today

Operating profits at Phoenix Group increased to £266m in the first half of the year compared to £186m for the same period in 2013, latest results show.

Mainly insurance news…

Ecclesiastical delivers first underwriting profit for five years

Yesterday

Insurer delivers improved COR but profit dips with lower investment returns.

Bridge launches bespoke global division

Yesterday

Broker to offer service to clients trading in hostile environments.

Cobra boss launches reputation risk firm

Yesterday

RRSL enters insurance sector as Cobra appointed representative.

Towergate shake up puts 80 roles in East Anglia at risk

Yesterday

Report reveals sites in Norwich and Lowestoft to be merged.

Gallagher expands in Wales

Yesterday

Broker has created 35 jobs as it targets 110 new posts in Wales.

Mainly international news…

Schroder unveils global asset allocation fund

Yesterday

Schroder Investment Management (Hong Kong) has unveiled an asset allocation fund that follows an unconstrained equity investment strategy.

Three UK equity fund newcomers to look out for

Yesterday

Head of investment research at Morningstar OBSR, Ruli Viljoen, picks his top three newcomers into the UK equity fund space.

Pimco bolsters equity teams in London and US

Yesterday

The asset manager is growing its equity teams and strengthening its trading platforms.

Standard Chartered fined $300m for money laundering failures

Yesterday

Standard Chartered faces a further $300m fine and additional repercussions over its continuing failure to comply with anti-money laundering measures.

FPI launches website aimed at non-resident Indians

Yesterday

Friends Provident International has launched a new website with a section dedicated to non-resident Indians.

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