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Sunday Papers: 'Britain's place in the EU does not matter', says GE chief

And Glencore would listen to offers for a takeover of the entire company but its management does not believe there are any buyers.

Saturday Papers: Banks braced for extra £15bn PPI bill

And disappointing growth in the US jobs market prompts markets to give up hope of a Fed rate rise this year.

FTSE climbs out of red despite US rates uncertainty

FTSE 100 restores its gains, having slumped after weak jobs data reignited uncertainty over the timing of a US rates rise.

Caerus drops Parmenion for Nucleus following Sanlam deal

Network Caerus has dropped Parmenion as the platform for its centralised investment proposition to take on Nucleus instead, following Sanlam buying a 19.9% stake in the company.

FCA: pension freedoms regulation is not made up 'on the hoof'

The FCAhas denied that the government’s pension freedoms have caused it to make up regulation ‘on the hoof’ following its recent consultation on its retirement rules.

Gov't considers claims management firm charge cap

The government has launched its review into the practices of claims management companies (CMCs) including consulting on implementing a cap on their charges.

£12m Ucis IFA jailed for hiding sports cars from former clients

A former IFA who was banned and fined by the regulator over mis-selling £12 million of unregulated collective investment schemes has been jailed for one year for fraud and bankruptcy offences.

Ruling backs Sipp firm over £40k Ucis investment

The Pensions Ombudsman has thrown out a complaint against Sipp firm Berkeley Burke, instead suggesting he complain against his adviser.

Apfa defends not meeting Wheatley since November 2013

Apfa has defended its lobbying efforts after a Freedom of Information request showed that it had not met ex-FCA chief executive Martin Wheatley since November 2013.

Perspective posts £835k profit but adviser numbers drop 25%

IFA consolidator Perspective has swung back into profit in 2014, but the company suffered from a 25% drop in adviser numbers.