Ex-Treasury minister Mark Hoban is to quit parliament from May.
Mark Hoban has backed the Money Advice Service (MAS) to play a central role in providing the guidance guarantee.
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Greg Clark, a minister in the Communities and Local Government department, has taken over from Mark Hoban as financial secretary to the Treasury, as part of the government reshuffle.
The government has admitted it is ‘difficult' to ascertain the impact of the LIBOR rigging scandal on consumers and whether banks will have to pay out compensation as a result of it.
MPs on the Treasury Select Committee (TSC) will question financial secretary Mark Hoban on the Money Advice Service (MAS) later this week.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is to commission an independent review of the Money Advice Service's (MAS) use of its resources next year, it has been revealed.
The government has held firm in its refusal to bow to pressure to give almost six million children access to junior individual savings accounts (ISA).
Financial secretary to the Treasury Mark Hoban has stressed the twin peaks regulatory regime will be accountable to Parliament.
Financial secretary to the Treasury, Mark Hoban, was taken out for breakfasts, lunches and dinners 37 times in the 15 months to June 2011, official figures have revealed.
The Association of Independent Financial Advisers (AIFA) is still hopeful of more amendments to the Financial Services Bill, including the reintroduction of a long-stop, after the legislation progressed through its latest stage.
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Lord Turner, Mark Hoban and Steve Webb have rebuffed complaints from a group of senior politicians about the adverse effects they claim the retail distribution review (RDR) will have on pension provision.
The Money Advice Service has failed to make clear its strategy and is in danger of failing to serve its target audience, according to a shadow minister.
Industry veteran Ken Davy has demanded answers from the Financial Services Authority (FSA) on why it did not disclose the fact it had ordered changes to Arch Cru marketing materials before the collapse of the investment scheme.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) spotted flaws with the Arch Cru marketing literature and ordered changes before the funds' suspension, Treasury financial secretary Mark Hoban has claimed.
Parents of children with Child Trust Funds (CTF) will continue to be blocked from transferring into a Junior ISA, the government has confirmed.
A shadow minister has pulled back from an attempt to amend legislation to ensure Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) costs are minimised.
A shadow minister has claimed the FSA's Treating Customers Fairly (TCF) initiative has failed to adequately protect consumers.
The government has once again rejected a call to arrange an independent inquiry into the collapse of the Arch Cru funds.
The Treasury has again rejected calls to allow more alternative investment market (AIM) shares in individual savings accounts (ISAs).
The government is making 10,000 compensation payments to Equitable Life victims every week, Mark Hoban, financial secretary to the Treasury, has announced.