Barclays tops FTSE and stays bullish despite 'Brexit'
Barclays jumps to top of FTSE 100 as bank reassures investors 'Brexit' hasn't derailed plans to reshape business.
Collapsed platform boss to appear in court over fraud charges
The boss of collapsed platform Avalon Investment Services Harry Kerr has been summoned to court in connection with alleged fraud offences, New Model Adviser has learned.
FCA plans to strengthen conflict of interest rules under Mifid II
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has proposed strengthening its conflict of interest rules in line with the EU’s Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (Mifid II).
Taxman calls time on pub chain's £30m EY tax avoidance scheme
Brewer Greene King has been ordered to hand over almost £9 million in taxes generated via a scheme which was marketed by EY.
Life after the FCA: where regulators end up next
The jobs landed by former FCA top brass make the headlines, but where do the rank and file end up?
Coutts’ suitability costs hit £139 million
Coutts’ suitability review is now 18 months overdue and has already cost the private bank close to £139 million.
SJP chief: our advice is cheaper than average
SJP chief executive David Bellamy has said the restricted advice group's charges are lower than the average charge across the market.
Law firm prepares action against Sipp providers over Ucis due diligence
A law firm is preparing to target a number of Sipp providers over alleged due diligence failures when accepting transfers into unregulated collective investment schemes (Ucis).
UK consumer confidence posts biggest drop since 1990
UK consumer confidence has tumbled by its largest margin in 26 years following the Brexit.
Overnight Markets: US stocks end mostly higher as Facebook rises
Stocks initially were dragged lower by Ford Motor, which posted poor second-quarter profit.