This week marks the first anniversary of the formation of the Conservative-led coalition government, and Fidelity International has come up with a few points below which may be of interest:
Here are a few soundbites on the Raj Rajaratnam guilty verdict.
Hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam has been onvicted on 14 Counts for illegal stock trades in companies including Goldman Sachs, Clearwire, Akamai, AMD, Intel, Polycom, and PeopleSupport
Geoff Fawcett, Director at Hays Financial Markets, a leading City recruitment expert, advises on how to make sure new employees make a smooth transition into a new role.
Guilty on all counts.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon George Osborne MP, launched the London Stock Exchange’s new market open ceremony in Paternoster Square Tuesday.
HSBC announced Wednesday that it will embark on a 2-year cost-saving program aimed at reducing costs by up to $3.5bn.
Here's a few of the hiring / promotions announcements made by industry participants in the last few days.
Sanford I. 'Sandy' Weill (born March 16, 1933) is an American banker, financier and philanthropist. He is a former chief executive officer and chairman of Citigroup Inc. He served in those positions until October 1, 2003 and April 18, 2006 respectively.
The European Union's (EU) decision to extend sanctions against Russia is akin to "economic war," the head of one of Russia's largest banks told CNBC.
British workers are taking home less in real terms than when Tony Blair won his second general election victory in 2001, with men and young people hit hardest by the wage squeeze that followed the financial crisis, according to new research.
The oil industry may be getting pinched by falling prices , but the next year could be a busy and lucrative time for private equity firms and restructuring specialists working in energy.