The eurozone crisis has sparked an influx of Europeans investing in prime central London residential property, according to recent press comments. Greeks and Italians are hedging against the euro and economic collapse, while France’s newly elected president Francois Hollande’s taxes are sending the French fleeing to South Kensington.
As Tesco’s will-they, won’t-they foray into the mortgage market rumbles on, another British retailer seems to have stolen a march. Marks & Spencer is gearing up to launch bank branches that will include a mortgage offering.
Fiona Hanrahan – Senior Product Insight and Technical Support Analyst We are often asked how parental leave impacts workplace pension schemes in terms of funding in general, auto enrolment and salary exchange. This article will explain each of these. How does parental leave impact the funding of workplace pension schemes? A member of a defined […]