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Indecon study shows Irish Stock Exchange generates economic benefits

New analysis on the economic impact of Ireland’s stock market and securities industry from economic consultants Indecon has shown that Irish economy has gained from the success of its securities industry, the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) reported on Tuesday The […]

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Welsh government moves towards fiscal devolution settlement

The Welsh government is to be given greater autonomy over landfill tax, stamp duty land tax and income tax for the first time, HM Treasury, the UK government’s

China

UK government successfully issues first Renminbi sovereign bond

A sovereign bond valued at RMB3bn, has been issued by the UK government, the first western country to issue a bond in Chinese currency, the economic and finance

HSBC Canary Wharf

CBI/PwC survey shows UK financial services firms returning to profit

Financial Services companies in the UK are seeing a return to profit and are recruiting more staff, according to 100th CBI/PwC survey of the financial services sector released

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Virgin Money plans to float shares on the London Stock Exchange

UK-based financial services company Virgin Money has announced that it intends to float shares on the London Stock Exchange, to raise approximately GBP150m, broadcasting company the BBC revealed

pensions

Less than one in five people retiring between April 2015 and March 2016 to access pensions

Despite new laws coming into effect in April next year, that will allow UK retirees to make the most out of their hard earned retirement savings, the majority

Banks not helping small businesses

Barclays divests non-core businesses

International financial services provider Barclays Bank PLC revealed on Monday that it is continuing to dispose its non-core businesses, having agreed the sale of its Retail Banking, Wealth

Social Media

FCA to clarify rules on use of social media to promote financial products

An increase in the use of digital media for financial promotions has prompted the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to publish a consultation paper that sets out a new

Banks not helping small businesses

Barclays introduces new Community Banker role

British multinational banking and financial services company Barclays announced on Friday that it has launched a new customer service role at its branches, which will see

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British banks pay lower interest rates to loyal customers

British financial service industry regulator the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced on Tuesday that its interim report into the effectiveness of competition in the cash savings

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