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Regulator seeks industry views
Government set to fully exit bank
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Chancellor George Osborne has announced a bill to overhaul the Bank of England, including a reduction in the number of Monetary Policy Committee meetings.
Helena Morrissey, chief executive of Newton Investment Management, has been appointed as a member of a Treasury body to strengthen Britain's position at the centre of global finance.
Advisers and other financial services stakeholders have questioned the relationship between the Treasury and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) following chief executive Martin Wheatley's somewhat surprising exit from the watchdog.
The Treasury has further sold down its stake in Lloyds Banking Group, and has committed to a retail share sale within the next 12 months as the bank's share price continues to recover.
More than half a million people will be able to take advantage of the government's changing regulation around pensions from 6 April, according to latest official estimates.
HSBC's senior executives have apologised to a committee of MPs for the failings in its Swiss private banking arm which meant clients avoided paying millions in tax.
New documents show the Bank of England was seemingly unaware of the impending financial crisis in the weeks prior to its emergence.
The government has recovered a further £1.3bn from the Landsbanki estate in Iceland, which operated as Icesave in the UK, following its collapse at the height of the financial crisis.
The UK government is to sell another tranche of shares in Lloyds Banking Group as it moves to return the bank to private ownership.
The Scottish government could issue bonds from next April after the Treasury confirmed it had begun a formal process to introduce legislation to that effect.
The government is to pay off part of the UK's First World War debt, as part of a redemption of bonds stretching as far back as the 18th century.
UK public borrowing rose more than expected in August, figures released by the government today have revealed.
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Fidelity Worldwide Investment has launched an at-retirement service ahead of the deadline for implementing the new flexibilities for defined contribution (DC) members next April.
The Financial Conduct Authority has launched a consultation which may lead to early removal of the requirement for companies to publish interim management statements.
A row has broken out over the cost of setting up all of the public bodies needed in an independent Scotland.