FSCS recovers £300m from failed firms over five years
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has recovered nearly £300 million over the past five years from failed financial services firms, reducing costs for levy payers.
Pound and FTSE fall as May asks for three-month Brexit delay
Prime minister's request for delay until 30 June draws immediate resistance from European Commission.
No Lambo: sensible savers no cause for drawdown worry
The majority of people are not entirely reliant on their personal pensions to provide an income in retirement, further suggesting current withdrawal levels are not a major worry.
Investec: sustainable investing a 'huge responsibility'
Matt Evans, manager of the Investec UK Sustainable Equity fund, says responsible recycler Polypipe and pharma group Clinigen are leading the way on enviromentally friendly solutions
Janus Henderson veteran Stephen Peak to retire
Peak, who joined Henderson back in 1992, is retiring in a reshuffle on Janus Henderson's European equity desk.
Terry Smith unshaken by investors' 'incredulity' over Facebook buy
Star fund manager faced questions over purchase of social media giant for Fundsmith Equity at annual general meeting
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