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How London's loss is Dublin's gain after Brexit

Dublin Skyline

After the initial shock of the EU referendum subsided last year, Ireland’s political and business leaders began focusing on the opportunities Brexit could deliver, with Dublin touted as a new “Canary dwarf” luring thousands of banking jobs from London.


Lehman Brothers Headquarters New York

Lehman Brothers - A Brief History

In 1844, 23-year-old Henry Lehman, the son of a cattle merchant, emigrated to the United States from the town of Rimpar, in the German state of Bavaria. He settled in Montgomery, Alabama, where he opened a dry goods store, 'H. Lehman'. In 1847, following the arrival of Emanuel Lehman, the Firm became 'H. Lehman and Bro'. With the arrival of their youngest brother, Mayer Lehman, in 1850, the Firm changed its name again and 'Lehman Brothers' was founded.

Sec Building

SEC charges KPMG with audit failures

The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that KPMG has agreed to pay more than $6.2 million to settle charges that it failed to properly audit the financial statements of an oil and gas company, resulting in investors being misinformed about the energy company’s value. KPMG’s engagement partner in charge of the audit also agreed to settle charges against him.

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Reuters - UBS quits recruitment pact

UBS’s Wealth Management Americas said on Monday it was quitting a 13-year-old recruiting agreement that ended the practice of suing brokers who quit for jobs at competing firms, following a similar move by rival Morgan Stanley last month.

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C Suisse boss - All options on the table

Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam said he’s “painfully aware” that shareholders have gone through tough times and that all options are on the table to return cash to investors as profitability improves.