Administrator PricewaterhouseCoopers is still assessing potential litigation for Keydata investors with missing assets in SLS Capital but says dividend prospects for creditors in the insolvent firm are currently ‘poor’.
by Debra Corey, group reward director Choosing a name isn’t easy. Whether it’s for your new puppy, a bundle of joy or your reward programme, a name determines a first impression – and often a lasting memory. When it comes to your reward programme, the name will determine how your employees feel about it even before […]
Plans to make Britain a “21st century exporting superpower” will be set out today in a new export strategy. International trade secretary Liam Fox will set out today the ambitions through better use of Britain’s overseas network, online tools and building extensive business-to-business networks. Last year £620bn of goods and services exported by British companies, […]
The FCA has confirmed that the cost of regulating claims management companies will fall on the firms themselves as it sets out its plans to recover fees from the sector. The watchdog has been given responsibility for regulating CMCs as of April next year, superseding the Claims Management Regulator. In a consultation paper this morning, […]
Standard Life Aberdeen has begun buying back shares from investors after selling its life arm to Phoenix. According to a stock exchange announcement this morning, SLA has purchased nearly 770,000 ordinary shares from Merrill Lynch International at an average price of 318p a share, costing SLA around £245m. The announcement adds that SLA intends to […]