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Lloyds Banking Group has been slammed by labour MP Rachel Reeves, who also chairs the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee (BEISSC), for trying to “game the system” with its new overdaft fees
Three former Credit Suisse bankers were yesterday arrested in London on the grounds that they were involved in a $2bn fraud scheme involving state-owned companies in Mozambique
The government's Single Financial Guidance Body (SFGB) went live on 1 January 2019, aiming to consolidate government-sponsored financial guidance
Over half (58%) of people have cut back on spending in 2018, saving an average of £125 a month, according to the latest Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report
Investors fled the markets in October, with net outflows of £1.6bn throughout the month, compared to inflows of £5.3bn last October, the latest Investment Association figures revealed
Trade association PIMFA has called for an urgent review of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) following yet another announcement of an interim levy that the industry will be expected to fund
Owners of financial advisory firms are able to build a sustainable business, one that they can leave to their employees, using an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT), according to Ovation Finance founder Christopher Budd
Half of people have not switched savings accounts or cash ISA in the past five years, with 40% having never switched, Hargreaves Lansdown has revealed
Today’s school leavers have higher levels of financial literacy than adults aged between 19 and 39, suggesting that financial education is English secondary schools is having a positive impact, according to a study from Noddle
Retired homeowners are increasing their finances by an average of £76,967 as the equity release market continues to break records, according to new data from the UK’s leading independent equity release adviser Key
Following on from yesterday’s Budget, Quilter financial planning expert Rachael Griffin noted that the government “reaffirmed its commitment to tackling tax avoidance and evasion”
The Chancellor Philip Hammond has paved the way to use billions of pounds of defined contribution pension money to fund fast-growing British technology companies
Chancellor Philip Hammond is expected to unveil plans to use billions of pounds of defined contribution pension money to fund fast-growing British technology companies
The average pension pot for a woman in the UK is five times less than a man’s, new research from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has found
The winners of the third MoneyAge Awards 2018 were announced last night at a gala ceremony in London


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