Keep up with what’s been happening this week with our business and actuarial news…
TSB announced it has returned to growth following a computer system meltdown that left millions of customers unable to access their accounts.
The European Central Bank has hinted it could cut interest rates to tackle a slowdown in the Eurozone economy.
Amber Rudd has kept her role as the Work and Pensions Secretary in the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle.
Education is the only industry where women receive higher pension contributions than men, according to analysis of government figures.
In a report published today, Schroders and Boston Common Asset Management warned that food multinationals must manage the risks of relying too heavily on factory-farmed meat, fish and dairy as protein demand grows.