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FCA's Competition Remit Shows Its Teeth: Investment Consultancy Market Investigation Is Launched
On 14 September, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced its final decision to make a Market Investigation Reference (MIR) to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)...
UK
29 Sep 2017
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A Future Worth Banking On?
On March 9, Emma Dunkley wrote in the Financial Times about the new app-based banks aiming to steal a march on the incumbents.
UK
24 Mar 2017
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Of Blackberrys, Pineapples And Trade
Free trade helped power a dramatic rise in living standards in the West in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
UK
15 Mar 2017
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What Would Brexit Mean For The Pharma Industry?
The Conservatives' 2015 election manifesto committed to hold a referendum by 2017 on whether or not the UK should stay in or leave the European Union.
UK
17 Feb 2016
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The SSM And Banking In The Eurozone | Looking To The Future
The first year of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) was a busy one for banks – and for supervisors.
European Union
9 Nov 2015
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FCA Competition Study May Come To Have Far-Reaching Implications For Investment And Corporate Banking
The FCA has announced that it will kick-off a market study looking at competition in investment and corporate banking services in spring 2015.
UK
25 Feb 2015
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Treating Customers Fairly – An Evidence Based Approach: Embedding Success
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) continues to challenge the industry to improve monitoring and delivery of Treating Customers Fairly (TCF).
UK
9 May 2014
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Private Sector Health - Prescribed An Injection Of Competition
Currently, at the national level, both private hospital ownership and the provision of private medical insurance are highly concentrated with the five main hospital groups accounting for approximately 70 per cent of privately funded healthcare revenues in the UK.
UK
24 Feb 2014
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Trading Places - How Globalisation Will Drive Future UK Competitiveness - Part Two
A barometer of the future health of the UK is the competitiveness of its resident business community. It is critical that businesses of all sizes continually review their operating models as globalisation gathers pace. As a result, UK business needs to fashion a new business model and operating processes.
UK
 
30 Nov 2005
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Trading Places - How Globalisation Will Drive Future UK Competitiveness - Part One
Globalisation is quickening its pace. If the UK is to remain competitive in the battle for investment and wealth creation, business and government need to take action.
UK
 
30 Nov 2005
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Construction Industry Scheme: Could you be a contractor?
The Inland Revenue is to increase substantially the number of reviews it conducts into the employment status of construction workers. Yet it is not just the construction industry that is affected by the news. Dominic Haslam explains why all companies spending on ‘construction operations’ need to check whether they are affected by the Construction Industry Scheme and what their obligations might be.
UK
12 Aug 2005
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UK
30 Mar 2005
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Budget 2005: Proposed and Possible Legislation
Note: because it is expected that a General Election will be a called for 6 May it is likely that the Budget statement will be followed by a short Finance Bill enacting the minimum of measures, and followed by another Bill containing the rest of the measures should Labour win the election.
UK
 
11 Mar 2005
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