Tag Archives: savings

More Signs Of Life In Digital Savings Market – Plus Loan Auction Latest

With higher interest rates a widely predicted factor in our financial future, Fintech banking products are set to proliferate in the retail savings area. We’ve reported recent developments – and on banking products they must not be confused with P2P loan offerings of the type furnished on this platform – and will continue to do […]

Merry Christmas An Opportunity To Reflect For Savers And Lenders

Money&Co. CEO Nicola Horlick, pictured above, has kicked us all out of the office in the name of festivities. But festive torpor notwithstanding, there’s a snippet of real news this Christmas time. It offers an opportunity for readers, users, borrowers and lenders to take stock of where they are. The Telegraph reports the arrival of […]

NISA Consultation Drags On Despite UK Saving Crisis

It’s not rocket science, but political consultation is taking time How much longer will the UK government take over consulting about which assets qualify for New Individual Savings Accounts (NISAs)? The savings situation is among UK consumers is critical, as a shocking report in The Mirror, reveals: “Nearly half of working families have less than […]

Best Investment Returns and Credit for SMEs – Latest Video Footage

You are the crowd – together, we are the future Fund manager and Money&Co. CEO Nicola Horlick (pictured above) explains how Money&Co. is bringing people and businesses together in the fast-expanding world of crowdfunding. Through person-to-business (P2B), sometimes known as peer-to-peer (P2P) lending, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can find alternative sources of finance to […]

Crowdfunding Growth Down To “Robber Banks”

Use online offerings to get H – E – L – P ! Nicola Horlick, Money&Co.’s CEO, blasts UK banks’ savings offering to investors. In the second instalment of her two-part blog, she highlights the “ Great Savings Robbery” – or “maybe we should rename the institutions Britain’s ‘Robber Banks’,” she adds. For details of […]

Nicola Horlick on the “Robber Banks”

Daylight robbery – on the high street! It’s no surprise that the crowdfunding is expanding so rapidly. Last week, I pointed out the shocking fact that by leaving money on deposit with banks and building societies, British savers and investors £57 billion a year worse off, because of lost interest. Call it “The Great Savings […]