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The UK is Now Labelled a “Smartphone Society”

11/08/2015

Driven by 4G mobile broadband, the UK’s favourite Internet device is now the smartphone.


 

Cyber Risk is the Biggest Concern for UK Insurers

11/08/2015

The annual “Banana Skins” survey of perceived risks has revealed that cyber risk is the biggest concern for UK insurers. The UK insurance industry shares a growing global concern about tightening regulation, specifically its cost and distraction, and especially its potential to damage London’s place as the world’s foremost insurance capital.


 

Impact of Pension Deficits on Share Dividends Lowest in 6 Years

11/08/2015

Payments towards pension deficits was 13% of total FTSE350 dividend returns in 2014 compared to 27% in 2010.


 

Performance Reviews Are Changing; Sometimes Being Scrapped Altogether

11/08/2015

Recent data (PwC research) suggests that two thirds of large corporations are making changes to their end of performance reviews, with 5% of companies looking into viably dropping performance ratings altogether.


 

Millions Available to Aid Small Businesses

11/08/2015

European Regional Development funds are now targeting Local Enterprise Partnership areas in an effort to localise spending.


 

Huge Increase in Online Tax Credits Renewals

11/08/2015

More than 750,000 people chose to renew their tax credits online this year, nearly doubling last year’s figure, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has revealed.


 

New Rules to Enable SME Suppliers to Use Invoice Finance

11/08/2015

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has announced that it will outlaw contractual clauses used by big businesses to prevent their SME suppliers from securing funding through invoice finance.


 

People Want Pensions to be Taxed Like ISAs

11/08/2015

New research from PwC has revealed that people would prefer their pensions to be treated more like Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs).


 

Co-operative Bank Censured for Serious Risk Management and Transparency Failings

11/08/2015

Following an enforcement investigation into the Co-operative Bank Plc (Co-op Bank) the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), supported by a team of investigators at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has found that there were serious and wide-ranging failings in Co-op Bank’s control and risk management framework during the period from 22 July 2009 to 31 December 2013.


 

Network Rail Fined £2m

10/08/2015

Network Rail has been fined £2m by the rail regulator over train delays and cancellations in 2014-15.


 

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