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FSA says it will stick to principles

Financial Services Authority chief executive Hector Sants says that the recent market turbulence and problems at Northern Rock will not affect its commitment to principles-based regulation.

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MN calls on brokers to back FSA campaign

Mortgage Next is encouraging brokers to back the Financial Services Authority’s campaign to increase consumer awareness about the range of financial options available to them.The network says that with the FSA finding that one in five borrowers are concerned about meeting there mortgage payments, now was the time for brokers to do their bit.Gemma Harle, […]

FSA to spearhead debt advice pilot

The Financial Services Authority will launch a free debt advice pilot scheme based on the recommendations of the Thoresen Review of Generic Financial Advice.The review calls on the government to provide a free public financial advice strategy to Britons. Otto Thoresen, chief executive of Aegon UK, was appointed by the Treasury to undertake the review […]

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The trials and tribulations of the sub-prime mortgage market have provided much fodder for the newspapers.

More Britons desire room for reading

Following on from last month’s feature on 2008 being National Year for Reading and describing what lenders, such a Alliance & Leicester and Newcastle and Skipton building societies are doing to encourage reading among the young, we are pleased to report that new research from Legal & General reveals that we are a nation of bookworms.

Auto enrolment – so far so good?

Jamie Clark – Business Development Manager The recent report from the Pensions Policy Institute demonstrates the sheer scale of auto-enrolment so far and what we can expect in the future. We’ve pulled out the key information to save you reading the full report. Auto enrolment in numbers Sources: Pensions Policy Institute, The Future Book: Unravelling […]

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