FT Money Show presenter James Pickford and guests on how a new FCA report into fund management is set to shake up the industry, how to claim for PPI compensation and property funds, a year on from the trauma of frozen withdrawals.


A ransomware attack that has hit global businesses just a month after the WannaCry hacking appears smaller in scale but has companies asking themselves whether they did enough to upgrade their security after the first breach, the FT’s Sam Jones and Aliya Ram tell Siona Jenkins.


Shock over swear words exposes some misplaced prudery, says Lucy Kellaway


Patrick Jenkins and guests discuss the Italian bank bail-outs, the warning from China’s banking regulator and the latest capital demands from the UK central bank. Italy appears to have dodged new rules to protect taxpayers from bank bailouts. We talk to James Chappell, analyst at Berenberg, about the ramifications.

China’s regulator has signalled concerns about Chinese banks’ exposures to the country’s big acquisitive conglomerates? We talk to China correspondent Gabriel Wildau about how worried should be.

And finally, how will UK banks respond to the Bank of England’s new demands for ‘counter-cyclical capital buffers’. Banking editor Martin Arnold offers his view.


The EU has acted tough on the tech group for breaching competition rules but the decision is not an indication of a European crusade against US technology companies, the FT’s Rochelle Toplensky tells Jyotsna Singh


India’s most ambitious tax reform since its independence from Britain – the new goods and services tax that takes effect on July 1 – may cause havoc in the short term, the FT’s Kiran Stacey tells Victor Mallet.


To celebrate the FT’s Business Book of the Year Award, our star columnists recommend six top reads to bring solace and advice in turbulent times. In the sixth episode of our second series, Martin Wolf, the FT’s chief economics commentator, joins Helen Barrett and Andrew Hill to discuss ‘Between Debt and the Devil’ by Adair Turner


Siona Jenkins discusses the impact of Brexit on the National Health Service with the FT’s James Blitz and Sarah Neville. Will there be more money? How will it affect staffing, the cost of drugs and medical research?


As rival forces scramble to recapture Isis territory in Syria and Iraq, the likelihood of international confrontation escalates. Gideon Rachman discusses the growing tensions in the region with the FT’s Middle east commentator David Gardner and Geoff Dyer, former Washington correspondent


Following a highly decisive campaign, the people of Britain cast a historic vote to leave the EU in June last year. The FT’s Zosia Wasik has been gauging the mood on Brexit a year on.