Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Martyn James from the Financial Ombudsman Service and Rob Hailstone from Bold Legal Group, and on the phone with Alison Farrar from the Chartered Trading Standards Institute and Tony Blake, Senior Fraud Prevention Officer at the DCPCU to talk about financial fraud and scams from online scams to housing and phone scams.
Sarah Pennells is joined this week with Young Money Champion Nicole Blackmore from The Telegraph, and also Ray Boulger from Mortgage Brokers John Charcol, Dev Malle from My Home Move and Martyn Baum from the National Association of Estate Agents to discuss mortgages for first time buyers and schemes to help young people get on the property ladder.
The team from This Is Money –the award-winning finance website- are back in the studio with Georgie for their weekly catch up to chat through their biggest stories. In this show they tackle whether it's pay back time for cold callers, how businesses have spoken out on the living wage debate, and why buying a goldfish or razor blade could mean you don’t have to pay 5p for a plastic bag when a new UK law kicks in!
New York's banking regulator is reportedly looking into potential manipulation of the US Treasury markets. Billy Bambrough's been investigating the potential impact of the case by speaking with Craig Pirrong, of the University of Houston, and Chris Skinner, Director at the Financial Services Club.
To finish Morning Money's focus on London International Shipping week, Robert Merrylees who's the Policy Advisor and Analyst at the UK Chamber of Shipping, joins Sandra Kilhof and Sara Sjölin to discuss shipbuilding and investing in the industry.
With London International Shipping week taking place, Morning Money looks into the manning aspect of the industry. Captain Kuba Szymanski is the Secretary General of InterManager, the international body for ship management companies, and he reveals all to Sandra Kilhof and Mark Johnson about managing crews in shipping.
Primark, the discount clothing retailer, is opening its first US store in Boston today. But will the fashion chain be able to work in the US where other big British companies have failed? Billy Bambrough speaks to Clare Rayner, Founder of Retail Champion, and James McGregor, Managing Partner at Retail Remedy, to find out.
In 1971, a group of friends set off to sail into a nuclear test zone in a boat called Greenpeace, and their protest captured the world’s imagination. Now a new documentary called How to Change the World reveals never before seen archive to bring their story to life, and in this show Georgie Frost chats to director Jerry Rothwell.