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Taking a greener approach with your bank account, investments and pension could have a big impact
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Lender offers boost to self-employed affected by pandemic
...in the two tax years prior to the pandemic. Chris Sykes, associate director at mortgage broker Private Finance, said...
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Award to Steve Murrells is £90,000 higher than a year ago
...retail operation, will see her bonus more than double to £649,000 while finance director Shirine Khoury-Haq will...
Labour attacks Hancock ‘cronyism’ over 15% stake in NHS supplier
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...former prime minister David Cameron with failed finance company, Greensill Capital.Prime minister Boris Johnson has...
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...] focus on financial risks [to the economy],” said Eswar Prasad, a China finance expert at Cornell University. (FT...
Western investors brush off US bond sanctions on Russia
New US restrictions unlikely to stymie Russian debt market, analysts and investors say
..., most of them are prepared to stick it out.Russia’s finance ministry said on Thursday it would hold debt auctions...
China’s economy springs back from pandemic hit with record growth
Headline figures mask continued difficulties in manufacturing sector
..., rebounding from a period of lockdowns a year earlier.Eswar Prasad, a China finance expert at Cornell University, said...
Mind the gap in the EU’s rich-poor vaccine divide
Vaccine disparities between rich and poor member states risk getting worse before getting better
...of International Finance estimating the pile of global borrowing at $281tn. The FT’s John Plender believes the world is...
Unusual activity: Darktrace’s conflicting accounts on Mike Lynch
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Taper traps can leave you paying 60 per cent taxes
It’s Rishi Sunak’s turn to simplify the system — he could start by scrapping tapers
Most people think that the highest rate you can pay in income tax in England is 45 per cent. They are wrong. For some it...
Should investors play the UK reopening trade?
Pub goers are full of cheer as the economy opens up, and so too are investors in domestic stocks
There were scenes of jubilation as lockdown restrictions were eased in England this week. Shoppers queued to bag a...
High street’s woes hit private landlords
Property investors struggle to navigate exit from pandemic and the advance of online shopping
Tim Ward has spent more than 30 years building a modest portfolio of retail properties on high streets around the...
Korea’s Coupang hands cash to bereaved families at workers’ funerals
Relatives battle with ecommerce group over claims that employees died of overwork
When Park Mi-sook held a funeral ceremony for her late son Jang Duk-joon in Daegu, South Korea, last October, managers...
Barclays criticised for underwriting US private prison deal
Bank said two years ago it would not finance the controversial sector
...announced it would no longer finance private prison operators, according to the letter. Barclays said its commitment to...
Biden imposes tough new sanctions on Moscow
Measures include curbs on Russia’s sovereign debt market and expulsion of diplomats
...more than 30 per cent a year earlier.The sanctions will test the Russian finance ministry’s plans to soften the impact of...
Politics class: Greensill affair exposes opaque UK lobbying rules
...finance company for which he worked before its collapse in March 2021. Although there is no suggestion of any illegal...
Whitehall official’s failure to declare role broke rules, watchdog says
Pickles criticises Crothers for failing to declare unpaid Cips trusteeship
...procurement officer, has been criticised by MPs in recent days for taking up a role with Greensill Capital, the...
Toshiba takeover tests corporate Japan
Competing bids should be handled in a fair and transparent way
Toshiba’s board has an unenviable task ahead. Three private equity firms are circling the venerable Japanese...
Wall Street banks are pulling ahead of the Europeans again
By comparison, this week’s crypto-mania is almost a side show
...that the finance world’s “boomers” are dead yet. Big banks may not strut publicly as they did pre-2008. In...
Capitalising intangibles and indeterminate losses
Michael Mauboussin takes a look at one of the most fraught talking points in investing.
Michael Mauboussin is one of the biggest brains in finance. Since this Alphavillain got hold of his book More Than You...
The vanishing billionaire: how Jack Ma fell foul of Xi Jinping
Alibaba founder’s dramatic rise and fall illustrates China’s wary embrace of tycoons who power economic growth
.... JD.com called off the IPO of its finance unit and put a compliance officer in charge. Colin Huang of ecommerce juggernaut...
Chinese ratings group cuts Huarong outlook to ‘negative’ as bonds slide
Concerns swirl over the quality of the distressed debt manager’s assets
A mainland Chinese credit rating agency has warned over the health of Huarong Asset Management, the state-backed...
EU fund gives ‘Greece 2.0’ chance to reset economic model
Brussels to scrutinise Athens’ rebuilding plan in wake of financial crises and pandemic
...and his advisers have assumed responsibility for delivering the project, with alternate finance minister Theodoros...
Regulator urged to cap pension drawdown charges
Calls come amid complaints of managers levying high fees
The City regulator faces renewed calls to cap charges on popular pension drawdown accounts as consumer campaigners warn...
Andrea Orcel’s wait to become a bank chief executive is finally over
The Italian’s new gig will be a balancing act between shareholders and the UniCredit board
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Silver surfers finally master the financial wave
Pandemic drives older people to overcome web fears and manage their money online
...superior financial services deals unavailable to phone-based customers. Sarah Coles, personal finance analyst at...
Darktrace IPO filing contradicted earlier claim on Mike Lynch role
Complication for cyber security group’s efforts to distance itself from Autonomy founder
...employees “supported the finance function” of Darktrace; and since 2013 the cyber security company has paid millions to...
US oil drillers ‘dying on the vine’ as PE flight prompts funding drought
Stricken operators launch ‘last gasp’ efforts to boost cash flow and attract buyers
..., a financial data provider.The influx helped to finance an unprecedented surge in American oil production to a record...
Archegos shows reputational risk in picking partners
Financial institutions need a clear set of values if they are to prosper in a murky world
...; the latter is more volatile and changeable.Younger uses an example from outside finance. After Toyota recalled vehicles...
Regulators keep watchful eye on remote workers
The practicalities of working from home leave companies at risk of flouting oversight systems
...protocols of finance work have remained unchanged.So, in March 2020, when employees began to handle sensitive transactions...