News by: Alex Steger
Troubled Co-op Bank may be facing a capital shortfall of £1.8 billion, nearly twice the size of previous estimates, according to analysts at Barclays.
Santander is close to selling a stake in its £135 billion fund management business to two American private equity firms, according to reports
National advice firm RSM Tenon has received a £5.5 million boost after winning a legal battle against its professional indemnity insurer over redress paid to clients who were mis-sold Lehman-backed structured products.
Discretionary and financial planning firm Ashcourt Rowan has seen revenues for the year ending 31 March 2013 drop below those of the previous 12 months as manager exits and an ongoing restructure impact the business.
Nine sports stars including England cricketer James Anderson and former Everton footballer Craig Short are suing their financial adviser.
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