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Archive for the ‘Credit Crunch’ Category

Loanmakers shares suspended

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Shares in struggling Bolton secured loan broker Loanmakers were suspended from AIM last week after severe funding problems.

The company, previously known as Debtmatters, has been struggling since last summer when it lost its main secured loan provider First Plus.

The secured loans market has suffered losses since the credit crunch hit, with many secured [...]

Crosby quits over credit crunch row

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

The deputy head of the Financial Services Authority has resigned.
Sir James Crosby has quit after allegations that he sacked an executive who warned that HBOS was taking excessive risks.
There are claims that, if the whistleblower’s advice was heeded, the credit crunch, which has prevented thousands from obtaining secured loans and mortgages, could have been averted.


Bankers say sorry

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

The former heads of high street banks HBOS and RBS formerly apologised in front of the Treasury Select Committee yesterday.
Lord Stevenson and Andy Hornby, of HBOS, and Tom McKillop and Sir Fred Goodwin of RBS, were put under severe pressure for answers as to how the banking crisis was allowed to happen, whilst facing criticism [...]