Former GP Noble trustee Graham Pitcher’s application to appeal his eight-year prison sentence has been refused.
The Pensions Ombudsman has ruled in favour of one of a pair of brothers in a dispute over a small self-administered scheme (SSAM).
The Treasury has confirmed rumours that it will launch a consultation on income drawdown limits are untrue.
The Treasury will launch a consultation tomorrow on the limits imposed on the amount of annual income drawdown investors can take, an expert claims.
Chancellor George Osborne has pledged to use fines imposed by the Financial Services Authority to compensate taxpayers in the wake of the LIBOR scandal.
The man arrested by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) in connection with an unauthorised foreign exchange trading scheme also hit headlines last month, it has emerged.
High-net-worth clients on the hunt for tax efficient savings vehicles following the Budget clampdown on maximum investment plans (MIPs) are likely to turn to enterprise investment schemes (EIS) and venture capital trusts (VCTs), the Prudential has predicted.
Pension funds are uninterested in the Chancellor's rumoured 100-year gilt issue and have called for other maturities to be issued insted.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has claimed one of the major risks to consumers over the next 18 months is that of being mis-sold unsuitable financial products.
In today’s Retail Conduct Risk Outlook the Financial Services Authority (FSA) identified the five products it feels pose the greatest mis-selling risk to consumers.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published final rules on the use of market value reductions (MVRs) by with-profits providers.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has been ordered by the Isle of Man regulator to pay compensation to the family of a man following a mis-selling investigation.
Hector Sants, chief executive of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has apologised to MPs for the failure of the Royal Bank of Scotland which led to the multi-billion pound bailout of the bank.
The Treasury today published the Financial Services Bill, which when passed will enshrine the new regulatory structure in law.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined a former compliance officer at David Einhorn's Greenlight Capital and a trader at JP Morgan Cazenove for insider trading and market abuse.
National Savings and Investments (NS&I) will reduce the interest rate on its direct saver accounts by 0.25% from today.
Letters sent out by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) informing people they have paid too little tax could be based on inaccurate figures, an accountancy firm has warned.
Banks are ignoring the risk of fraud committed by their own employees despite investment in anti-fraud systems, accountancy firm BDO has warned.
The Financial Services Authority’s (FSA) report into the failure of HBOS is being delayed by a legal challenge from Peter Cummings, a former senior executive at the bank.
The Treasury wants to force the highest paid staff at 15 of the UK's largest banks to publicly disclose their pay.
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed the state pension age (SPA) will reach 67 by 2026.
The Federal Reserve gave out $1.2trn in loans to US banks secretly in 2008, Federal documents have revealed.