Shareholders expressed their disdain for Barclays' pay policies at the bank's annual general meeting.Leave a comment
The ability to borrow to invest is a key feature of investment trusts and companies but it can be a double-edged sword.Leave a comment
A generation of people are resigned to the fact they will never own their own home.1 Comment
Thomas Moore's shift towards medium-sized mid cap stocks strategy been good for the Standard Life Equity Income trust.Leave a comment
Barclays has won the war on pay packages after three quarters of its shareholders voted in favour of the bank’s 2013 remuneration report.Leave a comment
Standard Life has led shareholder anger over Barclays’ bonus payouts and has announced it will vote against its remuneration report for 2013.4 Comments
Aegon is set to apply the 0.75% auto-enrolment charge cap in August, ahead of the April 2015 deadline.Leave a comment
The Pensions Regulator has found 15 businesses failed auto-enrolment compliance procedures, with one miscalculating pension payments by over £108,000.Leave a comment
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Scottish banks would manage assets worth more than 10 times GDP if the country chose to break with the rest of the UK3 Comments
The Labour party is understood to have plans to move loans worth more than £1 million to the Unity Trust bank.Leave a comment
(Update) Standard Life was among 24% of shareholders who voted against Barclays' remuneration report during a fraught annual general meeting, but 76% approved the bonus pool.Leave a comment
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