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Independent Review of Local Government Finance 10 November 2006 In June 2004, the Scottish Executive launched the Independent Review of Local Government Finance, and subsequently appointed a Local Government Finance Review Committee. The remit of the Committee is to examine options for local taxation, including: reform of Council Tax; to identify the pros and cons of implementing any changes to the local taxation system in Scotland and, to make recommendations. Independent Review of Local Government Finance
Paying Utility Bills 22 October 2004 Utility companies are among the most likely to face a delay in payment of their bills, according to new research from MORI. The survey, for Xansa, aims to give a better understanding of public attitudes to debt, including propensity to pay and prioritisation of household debt payments. Paying Utility Bills
Business Views On New Legislation 14 September 2004 New research carried out by MORI, on behalf of Corporate Edge, shows NGOs and CSR experts are highly supportive of proposed Operating and Financial Review (OFR) legislation, while institutional investors, the intended audience for the proposed report, still need convincing. Business Views On New Legislation
Investor Views On Company Security 14 September 2004 Almost nine in 10 (87%) investors feel if a company fails to deal with a security incident quickly and efficiently it would alter their perception of that company, according to new research from MORI. The survey, commissioned by management and IT consultancy LogicaCMG, shows seven in 10 investors (70%) feel their perception of the company would be altered if the company experienced an information security breach. Investor Views On Company Security
Ethical Investments 2 July 2004 Two investors in three (65%) are interested in having their money invested in a socially responsible way, according to a survey carried out by MORI. The research, for Friends Provident and ISIS Asset Management, shows there is also a generation gap — interest in ethical investment rises to three quarters (74%) of investors under 45. Ethical Investments
Concerns among consumers of Financial Services in Northern Ireland February 2003 Consumers of financial services in Northern Ireland have a number of key concerns, as highlighted in a recent survey conducted by MORI Ireland. Concerns among consumers of Financial Services in Northern Ireland
Fathers' Financial Advice Trusted 18 June 2002 Fathers' financial advice is well received by their children, according to research commissioned by B&CE Benefit Schemes. Eight-eight per cent of those who asked their fathers for advice said they were glad they took it, compared with just 2 per cent who wished they had gone to a person qualified to give advice. Fathers' Financial Advice Trusted
A Force For Good - Captains Of Industry Say That Non Executive Directors Will Become Increasingly Important And Valuable 10 February 2002 Enron situation will only give further impetus to extending the role A Force For Good - Captains Of Industry Say That Non Executive Directors Will Become Increasingly Important And Valuable
The Safety Of Money Is Paramount, Say Consumers 14 November 2001 Consumers rate the safety and security of their money as one of the most important factors when taking out investments, insurance or placing deposits, a MORI poll for the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) reveals today. The Safety Of Money Is Paramount, Say Consumers
Lack Of Information Stopping Financial Advisers Making The Most Of Tax-Efficient Giving 19 October 2001 According to a MORI study commissioned by the Giving Campaign and released today, many financial advisers do not tell their clients about new tax-efficient methods of giving to charity. Key reasons include that they don't have enough information about these methods and they are reluctant to raise the subject with their clients. Lack Of Information Stopping Financial Advisers Making The Most Of Tax-Efficient Giving
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