Treasury Committee member Rachel Reeves MP urges the FCA to protect the most financially vulnerable customers by setting a cap on unauthorised overdraft charges.
Treasury Select Committee member John Mann MP criticises Theresa May and Philip Hammond for dragging out the process of Mark Carney's reappointment.
New analysis from the Mineral Products Association provides hard evidence that the economic recovery from the 2008/9 recession has had too little impact beyond London and largely by-passed the rest of Britain.
Britain’s best-known business for the over 50s has presented the Chancellor with a powerful blueprint for this November’s Autumn Statement.
Charities are set to reap millions of pounds in tax benefits and enjoy full FCA regulation on their investments following the launch of a new fund structure.
Ahead of a Parliamentary event, Jersey Finance explains how new research is leading them to face the political and financial landscape with confidence.
Responsible Finance, the association representing responsible finance lenders across the United Kingdom, will officially launch in Wales at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay on Wednesday 12th October 2016.
Saga's director of communications Paul Green responds to Gavin Barwell's comments that inheritance should skip a generation.
Building societies are topping the best-buy tables when it comes to consumers' preferred savings accounts and mortgage providers, an independent consumer group reveals. Fairer Finance helps consumers to find a bank or building society that offers a good service, not just a good rate.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell MP and Shadow Business Secretary Jon Trickett MP joined Adam Marshall from the British Chamber of Commerce & Tom Clarke, editor of Prospect magazine to discuss the future of Labour's economic policy at a reception at Labour party conference in Liverpool.
People are more likely to buy a property now than they were just before the Referendum result, the BSA’s Property Tracker results reveal.
Ahead of their policy roundtable at the Conservative Party Conference, Investment Association chair Helena Morrissey describes their work to make the UK a great place for asset management businesses.
Anne-Marie spoke about the Triple Win report that was co-authored by the APSRG and the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group, and its findings.
Ahead of a Parliamentary roundtable, Jersey Finance and Capital Economics have analysed the financial benefits of links between Jersey and Britain.
Former shadow chancellor Chris Leslie speaks to PoliticsHome ahead of his debate of EU passporting.
A new report by Unicef presents new ‘sobering’ data on the lives and situations of millions of children and families displaced by crisis and points to six specific actions the UK can take to help them.
Theresa May needs to be up front about budget winners and losers if she wants to be taken seriously on life chances, according to two Labour members of the Treasury Select Committee.
Road haulage is a key service industry for the UK economy, keeping businesses competitive and ensuring that shops have food and goods to sell. Every year, the industry keeps improving and 2015 was its best year ever, according to the Road Haulage Association.
Today the Building Societies Association (BSA) releases mortgage lending and savings figures for all 44 building societies for the second quarter of 2016.
CMA’s final report into the retail banking market is a missed opportunity to create a competitive banking sector that better serves businesses and personal consumers
Former Labour Shadow Chief Secretary Rachel Reeves writes that today's CMA report into the retail banking market has not gone nearly far enough to tackle excessive charges faced by consumers.
Commenting on the MPC decision to reduce the Bank Rate to 0.25%, BSA Chief Economist, Andrew Gall said:
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has cut base interest rates from 0.5% to an historic low of 0.25%.
Recent analysis of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) by the Resolution Foundation noted that there has been a ‘fall in home ownership across England’. In response, Paul Broadhead, Head of Mortgage Policy at the BSA cites a larger-scale problem across the UK housing market.