Report shines spotlight on the rise of sustainable investment boutiques

An exciting range of investment offerings from sustainable investment boutiques are highlighted in ‘The Future of Investment: Sustainable Investment Boutiques’, published today by UKSIF

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FSA publishes annual report for the year 2009/10

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has published its Annual Report, outlining its performance against the priorities set out in its 2009/10 Business Plan and the FSA's statutory objectives

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Mayor announces increase in the London Living Wage as four major international employers sign up

The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, today announced that he is increasing the London Living Wage to £7.85 per hour, a rise of 25p

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Spending Review 2010 - the Government’s approach

The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne and Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander announced details of how the next Spending Review will be conducted

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Publishing data from the COINS database

As part of the Prime Minister’s transparency initiative, the Treasury has taken the unprecedented step of publishing data...

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FSA consults on changes to the existing training and competence regime

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today published proposals to strengthen its requirements on competence for individuals carrying out retail activities, while plac more...

The Financial Reporting Council issues new Governance Standards for Listed Companies

The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has introduced changes to the UK Corporate Governance Code – formerly known as the Combined Code – to help company boards become m more...

UK ethical investment hits record high of £9.5 billion

Figures released today by EIRIS, show that as at 31st December 2009 the amount of money invested in Britain's green and ethical retail funds reached £9.5 billion 

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Commission calls on businesses to close the gap

On the 40th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act, the Equality and Human Rights Commission has called on organisations to do more to close the pay gap between male and female e more...

FSA introduces temporary rule to give recent PPI complainants more time

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has announced a temporary rule to give customers who recently made a complaint about their purchase of a Payment Protection Insurance more...

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