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Santander: Britain’s most complained-about bank

Santander, the Spanish-owned bank, received over 200,000 complaints in the last half-year, according to new data published on its website. Lloyds and Barclays were also among the worst offenders.

Coventry BS merges with Stroud & Swindon

Coventry Building Society has merged with Stroud & Swindon in a move that will see 200,000 customers move over to the third largest mutual building scoiety in the UK. As a result, thousands of customers will see their variable rate mortgages drop.

Nationwide launches stock market linked savings

Nationwide is offering a new, top rate fixed rate savings bond to consumers - but only if you are willing to put half of your money into a structured deposit that relies on the stock market performance to provide a rate of return.

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1m over-65s to continue working

Nearly one in three workers of pension age anticipates delaying full retirment until at least the age of 70, new research has shown, due to shortfalls in pension savings and increasingly higher costs of living.

Not-so-ethical funds come to light

A new report has uncovered a number of so-called 'ethical' funds have high holdings in increasingly unethical companies. Many consumers may be misled into thinking they have put their money into morals but the research shows otherwise.

Which? welcomes FSA crackdown on incentives

The FSA has announced that it will crackdown on the sales incentives provided by firms to sell products, in a bid increase consumer protection.

FSA blasts with-profits providers

The Financial Services Authority has blasted with-profits providers for failing to treat policyholders fairly, citing poor governance and poor communication in its review into the operation of with-profits funds.

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AXA with-profits policyholders miss out on £1bn

Analysis of the deal that has seen Resolution purchase AXA has shown that with-profits policyholders have missed out on a £1bn bonus.

AXA taken over by Resolution

Which? takes a look at the impact of insurance consolidation giant Resolution's £2.75bn takeover of the UK life and pensions business of French insurer AXA and what this might mean for your policies.

BP oil spill – what does it mean for your money?

BP has announced that it will not be paying any dividends to shareholders until 2011. We take a look at how this might affect your finances.

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