On 14 September 2007, the UK witnessed its first 'bank-run' in 150 years after Northern Rock announced it had received support from the Bank of England due to a lack of liquidity.
Many will remember the queues in the street as customers attempted to retrieve deposits, while the bank's shares plunged 32% on 14 September 2007. Global watchdog warns next financial crash could come...
Revisiting the portfolio debate
'Prepare for market correction'
Proceeds being returned to investors
Janus Henderson Global Dividend Index
Experts' experiences and lessons learned
Charlton House Wealth Management
Woman of the year – investment advice
It’s The Pro Adviser Podcast
£5m lost to fraud between February and June