News by: Danielle Levy
Two former investment managers from Barclays have joined forces to launch a Glasgow-based investment firm
The government is introducing new rules for users and promoters of failed avoidance schemes, as new figures show that HMRC is winning 80% of avoidance cases heard in court.
HMRC's mission to crack down on tax avoidance has gathered an extra £750 million in tax collected from Britain's wealthiest individuals, the government revealed in its Autumn Statement.
The government is hoping to stimulate investment in social enterprises with plans to provide tax relief on social impact bonds.
Partnerships are well and truly on HMRC's radar, chancellor George Osborne revealed today in his Autumn Statement.
Chancellor George Osborne has stepped up his crackdown on tax anti-avoidance, announcing 'the largest package of measures' to tackle the issue.
Around £100 million of the money the government has gathered from Libor fines from a number of UK banks is to go to military charities.
‘If we see a process change because markets aren’t working for the manager. That can often be a sell signal for us,’ says Paul Surguy
RBS is among seven banks that has been slapped with a collective £1.7 billion for participating in illegal cartels in markets for financial derivatives in Europe.
Brewin Dolphin has sold its remaining stake in broker N+1 Singer.
The costs associated with Brewin Dolphin's strategy to improve profitability and make the business more efficient have weighed on pre-tax profit.
Daniel Lee, Cazenove's former head of discretionary sales, is joining Allianz Global Investors.
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