Ambassador of Huddersfield and SimplyBiz chairman Ken Davy will meet the Queen this week when she visits the town’s new Media Centre. Davy will explain the positive impact that the Galpharm Stadium and the partnership between the stadium, the town’s major sporting clubs and Kirklees Council have had on Huddersfield.
City Financial’s multi-asset multi-manager funds have invested in two new boutique funds from PSigma Asset Management and Asian hedge fund specialist Coupland Cardiff on the strength of the managers’ track records with bigger investment groups.
F&C has announced that it is to sponsor newly promoted Birmingham City in next year’s Premiership.
With around 70 per cent of borrowers being on a fixed rate, how effective are bank base rate moves at curbing spending and cooling the economy? With only three out of every 10 people seeing an increase in their mortgage payment next month, how quickly will people’s propensity to spend be affected?
Association of Mortgage Intermediaries director general Chris Cummings is calling for the National Audit Office to conduct a formal review of the FSA’s expenditure.
Artemis Income Fund manager Nick Shenton discusses the state of the UK equity income market with journalist Alexis Xydias. With the first three months of 2015 showing strong returns for both the Artemis Income Fund and UK markets generally, Nick Shenton discusses the fund’s top contributors – including overseas holdings Novartis and Bayer – and […]
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