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Is latest fine for RBS merely the tip of the iceberg? new
(02/09 08:35 - Belfast Telegraph)
How much more bad news is there still to come, and what impact will it have on confidence, asks James Moore? Royal Bank of Scotland has been fined ?14.5m for providing poor advice 02 September 2014 Royal Bank of Scotland has returned to the...
Help to Buy helps Redrow double profits
(02/09 08:33 - Telegraph)
Government's Help to Buy Scheme boosts profits at North-focused housebuilder Redrow, but chairman says "smoke and mirrors" surround UK planning laws The Government's controversial Help to Buy scheme has helped housebuilder Redrow to post record revenues...
'Halifax says I can't afford a cheaper mortgage'
(02/09 08:24 - Telegraph)
Mayur Vadhia is one of a growing number of home owners being unfairly trapped on high mortgage rates Middle-aged home owners are being denied cheaper mortgage deals because lenders claim that customers would be unable to afford the lower repayments after...
FOS reveals most complained about advice firms
(02/09 08:03 - Money Marketing Online)
:00 am | By Sesame was the subject of more Financial Ombudsman Service complaints than any other advice firm in the first half of the year. The FOS has today published a breakdown of the complaints it received in the first half of 2014. It received...

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