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Loganair relaunches with improved customer service

After almost 25 years of operating as a franchisee, Scottish airline Loganair will commence running flights in its own right from 1 September 2017. From 1994 to 2007 Loganair operated as a franchisee … Continue reading “Loganair relaunches with improved customer service”


Investment advisory costs rise 17% in three years

Asset management has become less profitable as investment advisory costs rise while management fees fall, according to a new report from fund research body Fitz Partners. According to the ‘Investment Advisory Fee Benchmarking … Continue reading “Investment advisory costs rise 17% in three years”


Millennials Reject Workplace Pension Opt Out

Millennials have embraced the new automatic enrolment in a workplace pension, according to research by Royal London. A survey found that 71% of Millennials decided not to opt out of the plan. A … Continue reading “Millennials Reject Workplace Pension Opt Out”


Can online estate agencies disrupt an entrenched property industry?

Offline agents have for a long time dominated the real estate industry and led many people to believe that they are unshakable. The revolution on how people buy and sell property began like … Continue reading “Can online estate agencies disrupt an entrenched property industry?”


How Might the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement Affect Landlords?

The year 2016 has definitely been a turbulent one for Britons, especially landlords. The property market is still reeling from the result of the EU referendum in addition to some of the new … Continue reading “How Might the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement Affect Landlords?”


Euromillions adds another huge UK winner to its list

Euromillions has been a huge success since launching. The pan-European lottery is growing in popularity in the UK, and it is responsible for some of the biggest lottery wins in history. The biggest … Continue reading “Euromillions adds another huge UK winner to its list”


Public liability insurance: Business essential or nanny state gone mad?

Many business owners make the mistake of not properly understanding public liability insurance before launching their small business. This leaves them at risk of paying exorbitant fees for damages in future. Public liability … Continue reading “Public liability insurance: Business essential or nanny state gone mad?”


RBS and and Standard Chartered struggle to pass Bank of England stress test

Seven of the UK’s largest financial service providers banks have been advised to set aside extra capital as a buffer against financial shock, following the latest stress testing by Britain’s central bank, the Bank … Continue reading “RBS and and Standard Chartered struggle to pass Bank of England stress test”


HMRC to open new regional centres across the UK

The UK’s tax and customs authority HM Revenues & Customs (HMRC) announced on Thursday that it plans to open 13 new regional centres equipped with new digital technology and training facilities, as the next step in its … Continue reading “HMRC to open new regional centres across the UK”


Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 published

  The Sunday Times has published a league table of Britain’s 100 fastest growing private tech companies. The league table is published annually and tracks the companies with the fastest growing sales over … Continue reading “Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 published”


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