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Banks Should Pre-Empt Potential Direction of European Central Bank's Comprehensive Assessment to Demonstrate Strength, Says KPMG
KPMG calls for banks to take early proactive action to address capital needs likely to arise from Comprehensive Assessment and not wait until the results are published in late October.
British investment into Lithuania doubles ahead of entry to Eurozone
The UK is the second-largest investor into the fast-developing country, which has the largest economy out of the three Baltic States and is due to join the Euro on the 1st of January 2015.
Multi-Award Winning Whisky Entrepreneur, Paul Currie to Speak at Next Fast Growth Entrepreneurs Club - Tuesday 16th September
The Fast Growth Entrepreneurs Club is delighted to announce that Paul Currie, founder of The Lakes Distillery, will be the guest speaker at the next meeting of 2014 on Tuesday 16th September.
Positive Signs from Latest Pay Award Data
Pay settlements remain at just 2% across the board, but there are positive signs from the latest batch of data, according to pay specialists XpertHR.
Q2 2014 Strongest Quarter for Global Tech IPOs since 2008
IPOs in the technology sector exceeded industry expectations in the second quarter of 2014with more than two and a half times the number of tech IPOs compared with the same quarter last year, according to PwC’s Q2 2014 Global Technology IPO Review.
Retail sales see slowest growth since November 2013 while borrowing falls short of OBR's forecast - EY ITEM Club comments
Martin Beck, senior economic advisor to the EY ITEM Club, comments on today’s retails sales and public finances figures.
UK Automotive Demonstrates a Remarkable Turnaround in Fortunes, Says KPMG
John Leech, Head of Automotive for KPMG in the UK, comments on the increase in UK car production of 2.8% in July 2014.
WBS Joins the Economist for MBA Scholarship Contest
Warwick Business School has partnered with The Economist Group's business education group Which MBA? to host its second annual Brightest Minds contest with $25,000 (£15,075) up for grabs.
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