Chancellor Philip Hammond is to close the former government's help to buy scheme by the end of this year, saying it had "achieved its purpose".
In a letter to Bank of England governor Mark Carney, Hammond (pictured) said the scheme was "introduced with a specific purpose that has now been successfully achieved", insisting it was always due to...
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
Following Bailey's BoE role
Sci-fi movies may have promised us some snazzy technology that hasn't quite come to pass, writes Simon Goldthorpe, but that does not mean financial advisers should dismiss the power of fintech...
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