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As we draw nearer to this Friday’s European Summit (EU) meeting, the economies and markets of the world wait to see if Europe’s leaders can sort out the worsening debt crisis.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has today (Wednesday) issued a consultation on guidance for non-executive directors (NEDs).
Electrical retailer Kesa, who are in the process of selling Comet, have reported half-year losses which they attribute to challenging market conditions.
Credite Suise have today (Wednesday) announced a the bank’s performance in key areas. Currently the Swiss lender is in the process of separating its private banking arm in order to boost stability and to better focus on high growth markets.
In light of the continuing exceptional stresses in financial markets, the Bank of England is today (Tuesday) announcing the introduction of a new contingency liquidity facility, the Extended Collateral Term Repo (ECTR) Facility.
Standard and Poor's warning to fifteen eurozone countries today (Tuesday) has seen the tentative recovery in European markets come to a grinding halt.
The Financial Services Authority have issues their largest ever fine to HSBC for mis-selling financial products to elderly customers through their subsidiary, NHFA Limited.
Richard Godmon, tax partner at Menzies LLP, provides a digest of the latest tax policy developments at HMRC
Andrew Gracie has been appointed Director of the Bank of England’s Special Resolution Unit and will take up the role later this month.
Persistent demand for new housing has helped Berkeley Group boost profits by 64.1% over the 6 months ending October 2011.