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Despite huge relief at the Tory election victory and the stability that should result in the market, experts say the new Government will need to take bold steps to fulfil its housebuilding promises
The Building Societies Association has appointed Dick Jenkins as its deputy chairman in preparation for when he becomes chairman later this year. Jenkins, the chief executive of Bath Building Society, takes up his post immediately and will become chairman in November, when current incumbent David Cutter, the group chief executive of Skipton Building Society, steps […]
Paragon Mortgages grew buy-to-let lending by 65.7 per cent in the six months ending 31 March 2015. Its half-yearly results show it lent £446.2m in the period to the end of March, up from £269m over the same period in 2014. The lender says it had a pipeline of £701.4m at the end of March […]
A former UBS and Citi trader on trial for Libor-rigging began his scheme to manipulate the rate in late 2006 shortly after joining UBS, a court heard yesterday. Thomas Hayes is the first person to be tried for the Libor-rigging scandal. He has been accused of eight counts of conspiracy to manipulate the Libor rate. […]
A recent survey of employers, carried out by Jelf Employee Benefits, suggests that many employers intend to utilise the new Fit for Work service in some form as an absence management tool.
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