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An illuminated BT logo sits above communications equipment on the BT Tower, operated by BT Group Plc, at dusk in London, U.K., on Monday, Dec. 15, 2014. BT started exclusive talks to acquire Deutsche Telekom AG and Orange SA's British wireless venture EE for 12.5 billion pounds ($19.6 billion), moving ahead with a deal that's set to spur more mergers in the U.K. telecommunications market. Photographer: Jason Alden/Bloomberg ©Bloomberg
Sixteen large UK schemes publish environmental, social and governance guide for fund houses
LOST HILLS, CA - MARCH 24: Pump jacks are seen at dawn in an oil field over the Monterey Shale formation where gas and oil extraction using hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is on the verge of a boom on March 24, 2014 near Lost Hills, California. Critics of fracking in California cite concerns over water usage and possible chemical pollution of ground water sources as California farmers are forced to leave unprecedented expanses of fields fallow in one of the worst droughts in California history. Concerns also include the possibility of earthquakes triggered by the fracking process which injects water, sand and various chemicals under high pressure into the ground to break the rock to release oil and gas for extraction though a well. The 800-mile-long San Andreas Fault runs north and south on the western side of the Monterey Formation in the Central Valley and is thought to be the most dangerous fault in the nation. Proponents of the fracking boom saying that the expansion of petroleum extraction is good for the economy and security by developing more domestic energy sources and increasing gas and oil exports. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images) ©Getty Images
Fall in oil price to blame as almost four-fifths of active managers fail to beat the benchmark

Movers & shakers: January 26

Naoki Kamiyama rejoins Nikko AM, as chief strategist

Jon Little

‘Multi-asset generalist is kiss of death’

Jon Little, founder of Northill, favours low-profile boutiques

‘Refreshment’ is new boardroom buzzword

Corporate governance has moved beyond gender balance issues

Movers & shakers: January 19

Allan Polack appointed PFA chief executive

FTfm reporter wins coveted CFA award

Madison Marriage honoured for advocating high ethical standards

Adrian Banner

Maths professor’s smart-alpha sums add up

Intech CEO Adrian Banner is critical of the ‘smart-beta’ craze

Movers & shakers: January 12

ING IM has appointed Hiroshi Kimura as CEO in Japan

Thomas Gilbert

Police charge son of dead fund founder

Wainscott’s Thomas Gilbert found shot in Manhattan apartment

Movers & shakers: Jan 5

BNY Mellon Wealth Management appoints Vivian Chan in Hong Kong


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