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16 December 2014 FSA's Sants resurfaces / Long-stop - Is 15yrs best? / Life Assurance cold call / CCL fees / MAS directory View email
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Mainly mortgage news…

Nottingham joins proc. fee end of year race

Yesterday

Nottingham Building Society will raise its proc. fees to 0.40% for buy-to-let and residential business from 6 January.

Reeds Rains tripped up over marketing letter lie to customers

Yesterday

National property lettings firm Reeds Rains has been caught out lying to its landlord customers about the existence of new rules to safeguard tenants from Legionella.

Accord raises proc. fees on residential range

Yesterday

Accord will increase its procuration fees on residential mortgages to 0.37% for Directly Authorised (DA) brokers and 0.4% for Appointed Representatives (AR) from 1 January.

LV= set for Teachers Assurance takeover

Yesterday

LV= has agreed to take over fellow Bournemouth-based friendly society Teachers Assurance from early 2016 for an undisclosed fee.

Nottingham raises January proc fees

Yesterday

The Nottingham will raise procuration fees to 0.40% from January 6 on residential and buy-to-let transactions.

Mainly IFA news…

Arch boss Farrell launches bid to overturn High Court defeat

Today

Arch Financial Products chief executive Robin Farrell has kick-started a bid to overturn a High Court ruling which he claims will end his career, reputation and could leave him bankrupt.

LV= seals deal for Teachers Assurance

Today

Provider LV= has agreed terms for a takeover of mutual insurance society Teachers Assurance's life, pensions and with-profits business.

Govt demands transparency around FCA enforcement action

Today

The government has asked the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to be more transparent in its supervision and enforcement actions, in a review released yesterday.

Govt recovers £1.3bn of taxpayer cash used in Icesave bailout

Today

The government has recovered a further £1.3bn from the Landsbanki estate in Iceland, which operated as Icesave in the UK, following its collapse at the height of the financial crisis.

Friday Papers: Aer Lingus rejects bid from IAG

Today

And the North Sea oil industry is ‘close to collapse’ due to the plunging price of crude.

Mainly insurance news…

Flood Re: Band H homes to be included

Yesterday

Defra confirms that band H properties are to be included in government flood insurance scheme.

Axa adds two to senior management team

Yesterday

Insurer creates three new roles.

LV’s Bunker looks to 2015

Yesterday

Phil Bunker, managing director of LV Brokers talks us through his 2014 and looks to next year.

Ageas and Pen sign online deal for household insurance

Yesterday

Products from Ageas to be available via Gallagher-owned Pen’s e-trading division.

Bluefin buys Marchant McKechnie

Yesterday

The regional broker is Bluefin's fifth acquisition of the year.

Mainly international news…

HK firms must fix failures in sale practices: SFC

Yesterday

Corporations in Hong Kong must do more to fix deficiencies surrounding the sale of financial products, according to findings from the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).

Rysaffe set to continue following Gov’t multiple trust U-turn

Yesterday

The Rysaffe principle still stands as the Government’s draft finance bill omits an expected crackdown on the use of multiple trusts.

Jailed IFA banned from industry

Yesterday

A financial adviser who was sentenced to four years imprisonment after he conned elderly clients out of £130,000 has been banned from the industry for life.

JPM AM acquires Aviva Investors Asia Pacific platform

Yesterday

JP Morgan Asset Management has acquired Aviva Investors’ Asia Pacific Real Estate vehicle.

Axa agrees sale of Romanian business

Yesterday

Axa has announced the sale of its life and savings insurance operations in Romania and its exit from the country’s market.

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