The Week in Numbers – 23/04
£35m – Customer redress hit taken by Wonga in 2014 following an intervention by the FCA. The payday lender made a pre-tax loss of £37.3m during the year.
56% – the drop in pre-tax profits at Towry during 2014, from £9.8m to £4.3m year on year
£4bn – value of Lloyds shares that would be sold to the public under Conservative plans outlined by David Cameron
£800m – Funds raised by Neil Woodford’s Patient Capital Investment Trust – the most for a new issue in the UK’s Investment history
£106bn – Assets on the Allfunds platform, making it the largest mutual fund platform in Europe according to the Platforum
1.99% – Five year fixed-rate mortgage deal launched by HSCB this week – the first sub 2% product in the market
Figures originally published in Money Marketing Magazine 23rd April 2015