JO Hambro Capital Management has launched a second Japanese offering under the management of Scott McGlashan and Ruth Nash.
New Star chief economist Simon Ward has questioned the recent downgrade growth of GDP in the second quarter from 0.2 per cent to zero.
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The FSA has banned three directors of BPS Insure for failing to notify it of a £3m deficit in its client account. London-based BPS also used client money to pay its general expenses, further increasing the deficit.
It can be difficult for employees to control their spending habits, in fact they may not realise that they have bad habits at all.
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