Britain reviews market for financial advice By Reuters


© Reuters. Britain reviews market for financial advice LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority has begun a review of whether consumers are getting value for money from financial advice at a time of rapid changes in pensions and other products. The agency will assess whether changes made since 2012,Read More →

Brexit Brief: Big business to begin leaving Britain


Around one in three British businesses will shift some of their operations away from U.K. — or have already done so — as part of their preparations for a disorderly Brexit. That is according to a survey from lobby group the Institute of Directors, which surveyed 1,200 of its membersRead More →

Britain launches task force to tackle dirty money By Reuters


© Reuters. Britain’s Chancellor fo the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, arrives in Downing Street, in central London LONDON (Reuters) – Britain will work with the financial industry to crack down on fraud, corruption and dirty money by launching a task force that will include senior banking figures, the finance ministry saidRead More →