Regulatory returns (PS 04/8 & 04/9) »
The FSA developed a regime for regulated firms to report to them
information about themselves and their activities. This information
is collected to enable the FSA to monitor adherence to threshold
conditions and specific rule requirements, and to allow the
identification of trends within individual firms and in the market
as a whole. The information will also be used to identify firms
upon which to focus regulatory activity.
The generation gap: talent in the mortgage industry »
Most industries are engaged in a war - the war for talent. At a
recent meeting the Head of an FE College commented that they had a
problem meeting the needs of employers, given the fact that the
pool of high-quality school-leavers and graduates is limited
Seizing the supply chain opportunity »
Picture the scene. Mrs Jones from Penzance calls to say
that her neighbour's tree blew over in last night's storm, and has
ripped a hole in her roof. The rain's coming in. She wants
something done - fast. What happens next?
Lloyd's 2005: tea leaves looking good »
The Lloyd's market will enter the 2005 underwriting year in good shape on the back of a decent 2004 despite catastrophe losses. ADRIAN LADBURY reviews recent performance and asks whether it will be sufficient to retain investors' interest
Introducing the Society of Mortgage Professionals (November 2004) »
A newsletter introducing the newly-formed Society of Mortgage
Professionals, in November 2004.
Leeds: the UK's burglary capital »
HOME Office statistics show that central Leeds is now the UK's
burglary capital, with homeowners in some parts of the city having
as much as 35 times more chance of having their property broken
into than in parts of rural Wales.
Hurricane Katrina : exclusion and hours clauses »
This document, by Clyde and Co gives supplementary materials on Hurricane Katrina and the associated insurance implications.