The mortgage market is experiencing "strong upwards momentum" and gross lending may top £200bn for the first time in seven years in 2015, but there is little evidence of a housing boom developing, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
The recovery in the housing market is welcome but has come from a low base, it said, adding stretched household finances, regulation and expected increases in interest rates may see market activity "ease...
Expanding the 'regulatory perimeter'
EU review to be completed this year
Part of raft of proposals to increase visability of SRI to retail investors
Passive equity funds ‘consistently’ outperforming active counterparts
Could reduce annual losses by up to £451m
To help meet savings goals
Residential care fees are a hot topic at the moment, says Libby Holding, with increasing media coverage of people who have had all of their life savings and assets swallowed up by care fees in their later years...
Adjustment to value of unquoted assets
Regulator outlines adviser expectations for 2020
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