The Week in Numbers – 30th July

The Week in Numbers – 30th July

186 – Visits made to Barclays by the FCA during 2014, according to a Freedom of Information request – the most of any British bankblue news

145% – Jump in compensation paid relating to investment advisers in 2014/15, totalling £183m, according to the FSCS annual report

£20bn – Savings Chancellor George Osborne is demanding of Government departments over the life of the new parliament

2020 – Date to which the long term care cap has been pushed back. It was meant to be in place by April 2016

6 Months – Length of outgoing FCA chief executive Martin Wheatley’s gardening leave

2 – Number of auto-enrolment providers on The Pensions Regulator’s list of schemes that will accept any employer and meet governance standards

£8,100 – The drawdown charges someone with a £50,000 pot will pay over a decade with The Share Centre according to Which?

104,950 – Number of residential property transactions in June, marking a 16-month high


Figures originally published in Money Marketing Magazine, 23rd July 2015

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