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Research | 07 Apr 2015
We asked a number of individuals and bodies covering a spectrum of opinion within and outside financial services, to set out their hopes and fears for the forthcoming General Election.
News items | 07 Apr 2015
Mortgage market update for April 2015
31 Mar 2015
Jonathan Rees MA (Oxon) Jonathan is an expert in public policy focussing on regulatory issues and promoting the consumer interest. He is currently a lay Director of the Lending Standards Board ( which provides regulation and standing setting for banks credit lending to consumers),a Direc...
Research | 31 Mar 2015
The CII's Public Affairs updates contain news from Westminster and Whitehall, Europe and the regulator. This issue covers the Senior Insurance Managers Regime, the FCA's Business Plan, proposals on GI-add ons, MIFID and Solvency II latest.    View the attached article »
Research | 19 Mar 2015
Nick Hurman looks at what the retirement freedoms will mean the way retirees deal with their housing finances. How are retirees considering their housing equity as part of their retirement pot? And will housing equity and debt form an integral part of the stock of capital they seek to decum...
News items | 09 Mar 2015
Mortgage market update - news up to March 2015.  
Research | 27 Feb 2015
In our latest Thinkpiece, Chartered Insurance Practitioner Duncan Minty considers how the increase in insurers' knowledge about our everyday lives will impact the future of the industry and how this resembles the eighteenth century reformer Jeremy Bentham's idea of a 'panopticon'. ...
Technical articles | 25 Feb 2015
The Pensions Act 1995 was a landmark in the development of governance of occupational pension schemes. It mainly, but not exclusively, concerned itself with defined benefit schemes and how they should be run. It introduced us to a new regulator (the Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authorit...

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