Banks and businesses must come together to boost economic growth, business leader tells summit
A Banking Roadshow to improve communication between banks and small businesses is underway, this morning reaching Manchester’s Raddison hotel
Uniformity of VAT rules across EU Member States is critical to strengthen and simplify the system, according to Baker Tilly’s response to the European Commission consultation on the future of VAT
The UK Government’s foreign currency reserves fell over the last month by $103 million to $42.7 billion.
E7 banking markets to overtake G7 earlier than projected - shift accelerated by financial crisis
Riding on a wave of phenomenal popularity in the 3 years since the company’s inception, Groupon is preparing for its initial public offering
A new report published by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA) takes a comprehensive look at the performance of UK and US venture capital funds.
Inflation for the Eurozone has dropped to an estimated mean of 2.7%
The Government’s independent consumer watchdog, the Office for Fair Trading, has launched an “ongoing robust, targeted enforcement action” campaign addressing debt management companies after a series of abuses were exposed by the BBC.
Further cuts to the UK’s already low corporation tax rate would have any significant impact on job creation or the economy, and would further reduce revenues at a time when the government is most in need