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  • Challenge to bankers' bonus cap is rejected

    The bid to overturn an EU cap on bankers' bonuses has been rejected by an advocate general at the European Court of Justice who says European Union law limiting bonuses is 'valid'. Read more

  • CBFL acquire Mayfair Bridging

    Capital Bridging Finance Limited have today announced the acquisition of Mayfair Bridging. Read more

  • RBS fined £56m over IT failings

    The Financial Conduct Authority has today fined the Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest and Ulster Banks £42 million for IT failures which occurred in June 2012 and meant that the Banks’ customers could not access banking services. Read more

  • Skipton cuts two year fixes by up to 0.56%

    Skipton Building Society is tomorrow lowering interest rates by as much as 0.56% on its residential two year fixed rate mortgage range. Read more

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NatWest reduces 2, 3, and 5-year fixed rates

Tesco Bank cut rates across mortgage range

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Fleet becomes NACFB patron

DC pension funds struggle to hit value for money guidelines

CML: Gross mortgage lending up 5% month-on-month

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VitalityLife launches three new products

Prestige revamps prime product range

Treasury Financial Secretary: industry experts vital to pension reforms

FCA 'immune' from adviser court case

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Despite legislative attempts to protect clients, a bank will always sell its clients the most profitable product it can legally get away with. The most profitable products are the ones with the highest...

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The greatest challenge to the committee’s hawks are poor Eurozone growth, a housing market coming off the boil, lower than expected inflation and the spectre of a major political shift with the general...

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Gross mortgage lending dipped in September, suggesting that buyers have concerns about the prospect of a rate rise. However, since then, the Bank of England has sent clear indications that interest rates...

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Today’s inflation numbers were a tad above expectations. But the big picture is that, after six years of stubbornly high inflation, the UK is seeing a major easing of price pressures. Low inflation is

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