Risk management is a term that conjures up images of dismal back offices where accountants slave away in the blue cast of computer screens. But since the financial crisis, it’s a term that has become headline news.
Singapore’s Marina Bay area is emerging as the city’s new financial hub, with banks including Standard Chartered and Barclays taking bigger offices as they pursue Asia’s expanding ranks of millionaires.
I guess that the Niyama Resort have heard the rumours that the Maldives will one day be submerged due to global warming, and have gone ahead and done something about it.
Private equity firm Terra Firma has joined with the Chinese Development Bank to create a multi-billion dollar renewable energy investment fund. They will start 'raising between $3 and $5 billion in the next few months, with China Development Bank to put an as-yet-undefined amount into the fund'.
With the news Juventus may be considering sending Nicklas Bendtner back to Arsenal early, three Arsenal players have been linked with moves in the other direction over the past 24 hours.
After almost embarrassingly ending up with Nicklas Bendtner as a last resort this summer, Juventus may be motivated to beat Chelsea and Manchester City with their top targets.
The father of Juventus outcast Vincenzo Iaquinta has spoken of the player's frustration, and revealed how he once turned down an approach from Tottenham.
With the England player continuing his comeback in a reserve team match on Monday, Arsenal look close to assembling one of the best midfields in the Premiership.
The FA has opened its new centre of excellence at St George’s Park in a move that will see all 24 England teams housed and training under the same roof. What will this mean for England’s future?
With the opening of the new centre of excellence in Burton begins a 'new dawn' for English football. But does the large spread of youth talent across different clubs in England make that implausible, especially when compared to Spain?