The Prudential Regulation Authority investigated the management and governance at Aldermore ahead of the challenger bank’s plans to float the on the stockmarket. The Financial Times reports the regulator launched a review of the bank’s governance last year after chairman Sir David Arculus left the company in 2013. Sources have told the newspaper the regulator […]
Brands do not care about you. Institutions do not care about you either. The only people able to care about you are people. With this in mind, the question is “is this institution owned, organised and run by people who will allow the people who work there to care?” Generally, the answer is “no” because […]
Healthcare is already one of the key battlefields in May’s general election, with each of the main parties committing to deliver improvements to the NHS and public health.
Conservative plans to extend the Right to Buy programme to housing association tenants were slammed in last night’s BBC opposition leaders debate. The Tories announced the plans ahead of their manifesto launch last week, promising that 1.3 million tenants could qualify for discounts of up to 35 per cent in seeking to buy housing association […]
Despite the surprises the market always springs on investors, for the Loomis Sayles US Equity Leaders Fund, macro events are not a factor in its own decision making.
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