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Published / Last Updated on 06/07/2019

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Crypto Scams Treble In A Year Crypto Scams Treble In A Year The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in conjunction with Action Fraud is rolling out a public awareness campaign including advertising on social media for bogus online trading scams. This follows ... 30 Cowboy Pension Transfer Advisers Investigated 30 Cowboy Pension Transfer Advisers Investigated Labour MP Nick Smith claims that 30 unnamed financial advisers are currently being investigated by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for poor pension transfers advice as well as scams. 15 ... Banks Fined For Currency Fixing Banks Fined For Currency Fixing The European Commission has fined 5 banks after traders got together to rig the foreign exchange market. The European Commission (EC) said the rigging took place 2007 to 2013 ... Most Lenders Now Offer DSS Tenant Buy To Let Mortgages Most Lenders Now Offer DSS Tenant Buy To Let Mortgages Following a high profile campaign, it has been reported that most buy to let lenders have looked at their mortgage underwriting criteria and now will lend to landlords that ... Bank Hubs to Save High Street Branches Bank Hubs to Save High Street Branches The Treasury Select Committee (TSC) is in consultation with major banking groups to create bank hubs in High Streets that may shortly only have one or even no branches ... Financial Services New Legal Duty of Care Financial Services New Legal Duty of Care The Treasury Committee report “Consumers access to financial services” has been published today. In short, MPs suggest that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) be given more powers to ensure that ... Has Making Advice More Professional Been Detrimental Has Making Advice More Professional Been Detrimental The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is asking for feedback on its proposed approach to reviewing the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and the Financial Advice Market Review (FAMR). There was ... All Cash Machines To Charge For Withdrawals All Cash Machines To Charge For Withdrawals A survey by Which? has found that cash machines that are free-to-use are disappearing at an alarming rate. They estimate that 1,700 machines started charging for withdrawals in the first ... HMRC Reminder On Tax Free Childcare HMRC Reminder On Tax Free Childcare A government Tax-Free childcare scheme has been available for working parents including self-employed with children aged between 0 to 11, that could help reduce childcare costs for a while ... Lloyds Halifax Bank of Scotland Interest Rate Refunds Lloyds Halifax Bank of Scotland Interest Rate Refunds Lloyds Bank is reportedly in the process of paying out £6 million to around 200,0000 customers of Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland. An administrative error that goes back ... Private School Fees To Rocket Private School Fees To Rocket Today, the Independent Schools Council (ISC) published its 2019 census covering all matters related to private schools including funding, resources, reduced financial strain on the public purse with over ... Millions in Compensation To Be Paid By Trustees Millions in Compensation To Be Paid By Trustees Trustees have been ordered by the Pensions Ombudsman to pay £2.4 million compensation to its 14 members after they were found to have mis-managed their pension scheme. The members approached ... New EU Laws to Protect GIG Economy Workers New EU Laws to Protect GIG Economy Workers New rules to protect “GIG Economy Workers” have been approved by the European Parliament. The new EU rules will set rights and demands for workers in on-demand (pay as ... 300 Pounds For All in 14 Billion Mastercard Class Action Lawsuit 300 Pounds For All in 14 Billion Mastercard Class Action Lawsuit Mastercard is yet again facing a lawsuit in the UK for £14 billion. In September 2016, Walter Merricks started a ‘class action’ lawsuit against Mastercard, alleging that a potential ... House Price Growth 6 Year Low House Price Growth 6 Year Low The average property price in the UK is now £226,234, the lowest annual growth since September 2012, reported by Office for National Statistics (ONS) in their UK House price ...

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