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SFO seeks retrial of ex-Barclays Libor traders

The Serious Fraud Office is seeking a retrial of two former Barclays Libor traders, whose previous trial came to an end last week. Traders Ryan Reich and Stelios Contogoulas were trialled previously, but a jury failed to reach a decision, following two weeks of deliberation. At the same trial three former employees of Barclays were found […]

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Navigating the maze: The choices facing advisers planning an exit strategy

Directly authorised firms are becoming more attractive acquisition targets as nationals and networks roll out initiatives to help secure members’ futures after retirement. Money Marketing revealed last week Tenet is to pilot a scheme aimed at helping member firms looking to sell their business and retire. Separately, Succession has boosted its acquisition war chest with […]

Leading Edge June – Investment panel debate

RLAM’s asset class specialists discuss some of the findings from the panel session at our recent Investment Conference. By Rob Williams, Head of Distribution Welcome to the latest edition of Leading Edge. It has been an eventful six months since the last e-zine. The European Central Bank announced ongoing stimulus measures, while the immigration crisis in Europe threw the […]

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Economic forecasts slashed in wake of Leave vote

Economists have cut their UK GDP growth forecasts and predict interest rates will halve in the wake of the UK vote to leave the European Union. Yesterday’s referendum resulted in 52 per cent of voters favouring a Brexit that will end the UK’s 43-year membership of the EU. IHS has cut its GDP growth forecasts to […]

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