City Insider: Signia’s big reshuffle

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jason Alden/REX (1712811a) Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe, founder and Chief Executive of Signia Wealth. Nathalie Dauriac-Stoebe at her offices near Marble Arch, London, Britain - 22 Feb 2012

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Davis builds X2 war chest up to $5.6bn

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Support for a difficult transition

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Victory for City on eurozone clearing houses

Court forces ECB to scrap location policy

Shadow financing ‘threatens US bank profits’

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StanChart chief waives bonus

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EU proposes to extend bank pay rules

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Berkshire Hathaway group is savvy when it comes to deferring tax

Berkshire Hathaway set to sell eurobonds

Warren Buffett’s company has hired banks to examine borrowing

Vanguard’s Europe march tracks ECB’s QE

Passive investment provider expects rising demand for stocks

Jenkins upbeat on Barclays’ progress

Lender beats analysts’ expectations, but many challenges remain

World’s biggest banks still €300bn short

Regulator reveals shortfall of safe assets to comply with new rules

BPI-BCP tie-up urged to thwart Caixabank

African billionaire says proposal would create Lisbon-based bank

Moneysupermarket shares fall 9 per cent

Shares fall on worries that it may have to pay compensation

Citi to sell OneMain to Springleaf

Former AIG unit becomes biggest subprime lender in $4.25bn deal

Dubai to build major post-crash project

Vote of confidence in financial centre despite competition from Abu Dhabi

Mirror is tied to a big pension scheme

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