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Trade bodies want your response to FSA fee plan

The Association of Independent Financial Advisers and the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries last week issued a joint statement calling for members to respond to the Financial Services Authority’s fee proposals.

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MP tries to ease building societies’ FSCS burden

MP Ann Cryer is introducing a parliamentary early day motion in an attempt to reduce the amount of fees building societies are forced to pay the Financial Services Compensation Scheme to fund the failure of banks.

China: growth defence or another debt-fuelled boom?

By Douglas Turnbull, Head of Chinese Equities at Neptune Following recent stimulus efforts from Beijing, Neptune’s Douglas Turnbull examines how the government’s long-term reform agenda can be balanced with supporting growth and addressing structural challenges, and the investment opportunities arising from this.Click here to read more Important information: Investment Risks Neptune funds may have a […]