Insurance

Probe to target offshore insurers

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Central Bank wants drivers to be more aware of deals brokered with foreign firms
Insurance

How insurers are beating dodgy claims

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With fraud costing €200m a year, insurers are scouring social media and using private investigators to expose cheats
FOREX

Bank brings in top QC to lead forex investigation

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The Bank of England has drafted in a leading lawyer to head its investigation into alleged manipulation of the foreign exchange markets.
FOREX

RBS suspends two forex traders over ‘currency rigging’

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Two more foreign exchange traders in London have been suspended by Royal Bank of Scotland on suspicion of market manipulation as part of an
FOREX

Legal firm has forex riggers in its sights

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British and American banks found guilty of manipulating the foreign exchange markets could face legal challenges and the prospect of paying hundreds of millions
Financial News

£20,000 to spare? Have we got Isa news for you

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Let’s start with the positive. Next month, the amount you can put into a tax-free Isa every year will jump to £20,000, as our
Financial News

Triple stealth tax to cost the grieving £600m

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After MPs backed the latest change last week, Ali Hussain reveals the true cost of dying the bereaved will soon have to bear
Economic News

GKN’s £2bn pension fix plan

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Engineering giant GKN is toying with a rare fix for its £2bn pensions black hole — raising £250m of debt to pump into the
Economic News

Trump has more to offer than mud, debt and fears

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The president’s healthcare reform and his radical budget: RIP. And with them perhaps the era of the Donald.
Credits and Loans

Asset sale puts student loan debts up for grabs

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A consumer rights campaigner has raised the alarm over the revival of a plan to sell batches of student loans to private investors.