FT Money Show
  • Monetary policy, challenger banks and active funds Aug 13, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the Bank of England's latest comments on house prices and wages, challengers to incumbents in retail banking, and whether now is the time to return to actively managed funds
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  • Mortgage lending, ETFs and poor pension products Aug 07, 2014
  • In this week's show, James Pickford and guests discuss strange deals in the mortgage market, why exchange-traded funds are in vogue, and how many pensioners are stuck in poor value pension products
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  • Asset management, corporate bonds and annuities Jul 31, 2014
  • James Pickford and guests discuss how changes in the asset management industry could benefit investors, the potential risks for corporate bond funds, and the sale of inappropriate annuity products
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  • Pension reforms, holiday homes and investing in university research Jul 23, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss new pension rules that will apply from next April, what to bear in mind when buying property overseas, and how investors can access ideas emerging from universities
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  • Tax avoidance clampdown, employer pensions, and family finances Jul 17, 2014
  • What's your employer doing with your pension? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss HMRC's crackdown on tax avoidance scheme investors, and the latest venture aimed at spreading financial risk across generations
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  • Savings rates, China vs India, and buy-to-let Jul 10, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the state of the UK savings market, whether retail investors should look again at China and India, and if buy-to-let landlords will ever have it so good again
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  • Property funds, investment strategy and Islamic pensions Jul 03, 2014
  • James Pickford hosts a discussion of the appeal and risks of popular property funds as well as a new sharia-compliant pension product, plus the insights of FT investment editor James Mackintosh on where value lies for investors
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  • Controlling house prices, minimising tax and star fund managers Jun 26, 2014
  • In this week's show, Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the Bank of England's measures to cool the UK's housing boom, a range of tax-efficient investments and the risks attached, and the latest fund news from Neil Woodfood and Terry Smith
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  • New ISAs, pensions advice and IFA liability Jun 19, 2014
  • James Pickford and guests discuss what forthcoming reforms to ISAs mean for investors, how the pensions industry may provide guidance promised to retirees, and the liability of independent financial advisers for bad investment advice
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  • Energy prices, expensive divorces and Tesco Bank Jun 12, 2014
  • In this week’s show, Jonathan Eley and guests discuss why the Big Six energy companies aren’t cutting prices, why divorce is becoming more common - and expensive - and how Tesco’s new current account measures up.
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  • Dutch-style pensions, P2P lending and Green Deal Jun 05, 2014
  • Could proposed collective pension plans deliver more income? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss how peer-to-peer lending may be incorporated in ISAs, and how to claim government money for improving your home's energy efficiency
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  • TSB flotation, Scottish independence and fracking May 29, 2014
  • In this week's show, Jonathan Eley and guests discuss the prospects of TSB, the impact of a Scottish independence vote for investors and business, and whether there is money to be made from fracking
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  • Mortgage market, pension products and small caps May 22, 2014
  • Are new lending rules slowing mortgage lending? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss emerging alternatives to annuities, and whether the rally in small company shares is coming to an end.
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  • Stop-gap annuities, private equity and investor charges May 15, 2014
  • In this week's show, Jonathan Eley and guests discuss whether new flexible annuity products offer savers value, if investing in private equity is worth it, and the confusing array of charges that investors face
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  • British banking, building to rent and investing in commodities May 08, 2014
  • What will a reformed Barclays mean for shareholders and customers? Jonathan Eley and colleagues also discuss whether "build to rent" is taking hold in the UK property market, and the different ways of investing in commodities
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  • Pensions guidance, Woodford's new venture and frontier markets May 01, 2014
  • Jo Cumbo explains why the government's pensions guidance guarantee is not quite what it seems. Also in the show, David Oakley talks about the prospects of Neil Woodford's new fund, and Jason Hollands of Bestinvest explains the performance of frontier markets
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  • Mobile payment, the mortgage market and structured products Apr 24, 2014
  • Jonathan Eley and guests discuss next week's launch of mobile payment service Paym, why getting a mortgage may become more expensive and time-consuming, and the attractions and risks of structured products
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  • Protection for tenants, investing in UK technology, and index-hugging fund managers Apr 16, 2014
  • What will redress, if not quite regulation, mean for tenants of rental properties? How can you invest in the UK's best technology companies? And is your fund manager a closet index-hugger?
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  • Protection for tenants, investing in UK technology, and index-hugging fund managers Apr 16, 2014
  • What will redress, if not quite regulation, mean for tenants of rental properties? How can you invest in the UK's best technology companies? And is your fund manager a closet index-hugger?
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  • UK property market, investment charges and international equities Apr 10, 2014
  • James Pickford and guests discuss the transparency of fees and charges for investment advice, whether a property bubble is emerging, and how to invest in overseas stock markets cost-effectively
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  • FCA credit card probe, star fund managers and regulated crowdfunding Apr 03, 2014
  • Why has the regulator ordered a probe into the UK's £150bn credit card? Jonathan Eley and guests also discuss the performance of fund management's galacticos and the new rules governing peer-to-peer lenders and crowdfunding websites
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ABOUT THIS PODCAST

FT Money ShowThe FT Money Show brings you engaging and insightful coverage of the week’s major personal finance issues. Jonathan Eley and his team of FT journalists dissect the news with the help of leading industry commentators and discuss how the latest events will affect you and your pocket.

From pensions to private equity, building society accounts to bank shares, the Money Show tackles difficult topics in an entertaining and informative way.

The FT Money Show is produced by Lucy Warwick-Ching and Adam Palin