In our leader last week we incorrectly stated that The Co-operative Bank had launched its first prime RMBS deal at £25bn. This should have read £2.5bn.
The Financial Services Authority says it is looking at separating UK banks for their deposit taking and trading subsidiaries.
Lloyds Banking Group has reported a loss of £6.3bn for 2009, compared to a £6.7bn loss in 2008.
A recent survey shows that the outlook for repossessions is just one of several dark clouds hanging over the mortgage market, says Paul Walshe, head of lender services at Moore Blatch
With the sector facing severe challenges on several fronts a line-up of speakers who won’t duck the issues is the order of the day at May’s Building Societies Association annual conference in Manchester, says Christine Toner
By Jamie Clark, Business Development Manager The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has taken the step of naming and shaming employers that have been served County Court Judgments (CCJs) for non-payment of auto-enrolment fines. We take a look at what this means for employers, their employees and advisers Shamed into action? Sixty-four employers have been served CCJs […]
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