Peter Griffiths, chief executive of Principality, will attempt to climb to the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in the new year to raise 20,000 for the NSPCC in Wales.The five-day, 20,000-foot ascent to the peak of the world’s tallest free-standing mountain will commence on January 13, with the last leg starting at 2am to reach the summit by dawn. Griffiths is part of a 12-strong team facing the challenge, which also includes Welsh Rugby Union chairman David Pickering and Welsh rugby hero JPR Williams.
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Significant risks remain with the continuing accumulation of debt by many borrowers and an aggressive search for yield, says the Bank of England.The Bank has published its latest Financial Stability Review, which contains the Banks regular half-yearly review of risks to financial stability and measures taken to strengthen the financial infrastructure.The Bank says that the […]
Specialist lenders have hit back at reports that regulation has resulted in them losing out to more traditional lenders, whether or not they offer better products.
Money Partners has further increased its intermediary exposure by listing its mortgage product range on Mortgage Brains broker sourcing system.The lender s range of Premier and Origin mortgages – comprising variable, fixed and discount rate options – will feature on Mortgage Brains latest and most comprehensive sourcing system, Broker 6.50, launched in November.Colin Sanders, Money […]
Accord Mortgages will launch an application tracking system to deal proactively with brokers’ services queries in the second week of 2006.
Health Shield is putting the final procedures in place to ensure it meets the European Union’s (EU) Solvency II capital adequacy regime.
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