Managerial Finance

Category:

Accounting and Finance

Table Of Contents: Volume 16 Issue 5

THE IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL SERVICES ACT UPON THE AVAILABILITY OF INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVICE

David Shelton

The purpose of this paper is to consider the size and structure of the retailers of financial services and the impact of the Financial Services Act (FSA) upon the…

THE SINGLE EUROPEAN ACT AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SMALL FIRMS AND THEIR BANKS IN THE UK

M.R. Binks, C.T. Ennew, G.V. Reed

With the creation of the Single European market in 1992, there will be intensification of competitive pressure on small firms in the UK and on UK banks as their main…

BUILDING SOCIETIES IN TRANSITION: STRATEGY IN A NEW MARKET ENVIRONMENT

C.T. Ennew, M. Wright

During the course of the 1980's, the market environment facing the personal financial services sector has undergone a radical change which has forced market participants…

REASONABLE EXPECTATIONS ‐ UNREASONABLE COST?

Malcolm Clarke

Contracts are a framework for commercial activity, a foundation that is firm and sure to which the parties can point, if disputes arise. For this the contract must mean…

THE MORTGAGE VALUATION DILEMMA

R. Croydon

Writing in 1965 the building society historian E.J. Cleary drew attention to the cyclical nature of crises within the mortgage business and predicted that the next crises…

INVESTOR PROTECTION AND THE “COWBOY” STEREOTYPE: A CRITICAL VIEW

Christopher Grey, David Knights

The 1986 Financial Services Act (FSA), operational since the end of April 1988, was an Act designed to protect investors from “cowboys” such as life insurance salesmen…

ISSN:

0307-4358

Online date, start – end:

1975

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Don Johnson