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The government has recovered a further £1.3bn from the Landsbanki estate in Iceland, which operated as Icesave in the UK, following its collapse at the height of the financial crisis.
Arch Financial Products chief executive Robin Farrell has been denied the right to appeal a High Court judge's ruling that he is guilty of dishonesty and his firm of negligence in the management of the failed Arch cru fund range.
Media tycoon Richard Desmond has agreed to settle his £42m court case against Credit Suisse and GLG, accepting a significant settlement figure, according to reports.
The government's privatisation of the Royal Mail was underpriced by £180m, a report commissioned by Business Secretary Vince Cable has suggested.
The UK government is to sell another tranche of shares in Lloyds Banking Group as it moves to return the bank to private ownership.
Allianz Global Investors has opened several flagship strategies to UK retail investors with the addition of a new sterling clean share class.
Swiss asset manager Unigestion is expanding its presence in the UK to retail and intermediary clients by launching an RDR-compliant share class on a range of funds.
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Advisers are charging clients more post-Retail Distribution Review (RDR), despite falling product prices, a consultancy hired by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found.
About two out of three financial advice clients receive ongoing services but only half understand what they are actually paying for, research from NMG has found.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has declared the Retail Distribution Review (RDR), its "once in a generation" project to revamp the retail investment advice market, is working, though some concerns remain on the costs and labels of advisers' services.
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