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  • FCA fines insurance broker £1.8m

    The Financial Conduct Authority has fined JLT Specialty Limited, which provides insurance broking and risk management services, over £1.8million for failing to effectively guard against the risk of bribery or corruption when making overseas payments. Read more

  • RICS: house prices to rise by 3%

    The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors has forecast house prices increases of 3% in 2015. Read more

  • Advisers expect equity release sector to double

    70% of advisers expect the equity release market to continue to grow over the next six months, according to research by Bower Retirement Services, up 10% from Q3. Read more

  • Up to £232m taken yearly in hidden pension charges

    A report by the Independent Project Board revealed that one in four pension pots (up to £25.8bn of assets) incur charges of more than 1% a year and worryingly, savers with the smallest pots were the most likely to pay higher charges. Read more

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Glenn Stuart
Glenn Stuart 12 Dec 2014

A very open and honest assessment. It show's Norton Finance will be heading into 2015 with a clear vision after a very succesful 2014.

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This review shines the spotlight firmly on poor market practices – primarily people rolling over into the holding provider’s own annuity - and the resulting customer detriment. This is an issue many in...

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The vast majority of borrowers are opting for a fixed rate which is a no-brainer; while an interest-rate rise may still be some way off, fixed rates are just too good to turn down and continue to fall

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Homeowners with fixed-rate mortgages – representing 94% of buyers in October – also won’t be impacted by interest rate rises until their fixed period comes to an end. In today’s market of record low mortgage...

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In the Spotlight with Paul Stringer, Managing Director at Norton Finance

We spoke to Paul Stringer, Managing Director of Norton Finance, about the future of secured lending regulation and new products for 2015. Read more

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What does 2015 hold for advisers and the pensions market?

David Hughes, Managing Director at Jessop Fund Managers discusses his predictions for the pensions market in 2015 and the landscape for income drawdown as we move into a New Year with greater pension freedom. Read more

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