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EU rethinks financial market access rules

Senior EU officials are reviewing how they grant market access to overseas financial firms, which may make it harder for City firms to operate post-Brexit. The Financial Times reports officials at the European Commission are considering equivalence rules which give limited access rights to countries outside the EU where regulations are broadly similar to EU […]

Chancellor eyes boost to homes and wages in Autumn Statement

Chancellor Philip Hammond will seek to boost income levels and deliver more affordable housing in his first Autumn Statement later today. The BBC reports measures to be included in the Autumn Statement include reducing the rate at which benefits are withdrawn when people start work, and increasing the national living wage to £7.50 an hour […]

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Petition calls on Green to stump up £250m for BHS pension deficit

A petition calling on former BHS boss Philip Green to plug the collapsed retail giant’s £571m pension deficit will be delivered to his business group’s headquarters tomorrow. The petition has received more than 100,000 signatures, and will be taken to Arcadia’s head office by general secretary of the shopworkers’ trade union Usdaw John Hannett and […]

Neptune Global Income: Is Japan the best dividend market in the world?

By George Boyd-Bowman, Fund Manager at Neptune The Neptune Global Income Fund seeks exposure to the very best – and often overlooked – income opportunities from across the world. Unconstrained by benchmarks, the fund currently has 24 per cent invested in Japan, differentiating the high conviction portfolio from many of its peers. Watch Neptune Fund […]

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