Six men have been arrested in a joint FSA and Serious Organised Crime Agency investigation into insider dealing.
Prudential chief executive Tidjane Thiam has rejected a nonexecutive director role at Société Générale following strong criticism from shareholders that he should be devoting his time to dealing with the insurer’s acquisition of AIG’s Asian arm. Société Générale announced last week that Thiam would be nominated as an independent director at its annual shareholder meeting […]
The Government has announced additional measures to combat tax evasion which will bring an additional £0.5bn tax each year and protect £4bn in revenues by 2012-2013.
The Goverment will set up an adjudicator to review complaints from SMEs that have been denied credit. It will have the power to enforce judgements where it feels credit has been wrongly denied.
Chancellor Alistair Darling has announced the Government is setting up an investment bank that will control £2bn worth of equity for investing in green transport and sustainable energy.
By Kunal Desai, head of Indian Equities, Neptune Kunal Desai, manager of the Neptune India Fund, discusses the key drivers of the Indian market’s outperformance and why he expects another rate cut, which will likely further support equities. Read more here Important Information Investment risks The Neptune India Fund may have a high volatility rating […]
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