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    1. January 31, 2014

      Boardroom trades February 1

      Patrick Firth joined a queue of directors topping up their stake in Gli Finance this month, buying 75,000 at 50.5p on...

    2. November 14, 2009

      Passenger reaction edges to positive

      At Heathrow airport yesterday, business class passengers were broadly happy with the merger. "I think it's going to be...

    1. November 14, 2009

      Passenger reaction edges to positive

      At Heathrow airport yesterday, business class passengers were broadly happy with the merger. "I think it's going to be...

    2. November 13, 2009

      Passenger reaction edges to positive

      At Heathrow airport on Friday, business class passengers were broadly happy with the merger. “I think it’s going to be...

    3. July 10, 2009

      Just not cricket

      Notebook (Stefan Stern): It's an Ashes summer, and that can mean only one thing: "a barrage of verbals", as Geoff...

    4. July 10, 2009

      All the sledging that's fit to print

      It's an Ashes summer and that can mean only one thing: "A barrage of verbals," as Geoff Miller, chairman of the...

    5. July 9, 2009

      All the sledging that’s fit to print

      It’s an Ashes summer and that can mean only one thing: “A barrage of verbals,” as Geoff Miller, chairman of the England...

    6. April 26, 2008

      Round-up

      CRICKET Matthew Hoggard staked a claim for an England recall with figures of 6-57 for Yorkshire yesterday. The fast...

    7. January 19, 2008

      Round-up

      FOOTBALL Kevin Keegan will approach fellow Newcastle United hero Alan Shearer about a possible return to St James'...

    8. March 2, 2007

      Schroders’ annual profits surge

      Schroders lifted pre-tax profit by 16 per cent last year, to £290m, helped by a focus on higher-margin products, a jump...

    9. March 1, 2007

      Henderson jumps 13% in spite of declining assets

      Profitability at Henderson, the fund manager, improved again last year despite a £10bn outflow from its funds. Pre-tax...

    10. December 6, 2006

      Share trades spark Henderson update

      Henderson issued a surprise trading update yesterday after a demand from Australian regulators concerned about unusual...

    11. November 21, 2006

      Strong European market lifts Icap

      Icap, the UK-based inter-dealer broker that had a brief flirtation over the summer with the London Stock Exchange, on...

    12. November 17, 2006

      Private client arm stars for Investec

      Investec, the London and Johannesburg-listed investment bank and money manager, saw first-half pre-tax profit fall 4...

    13. November 4, 2006

      Investec raises own forecast

      Investec sprang a surprise by raising its earnings forecast by more than 30 per cent. The Anglo-South African...

    14. September 30, 2006

      Man Group sees $6bn sales boom

      Man Group, the UK-listed asset manager that is the world's largest publicly traded hedge fund company, yesterday said...

    15. September 29, 2006

      Man acclaims boom in trading

      Man Group, the UK-listed asset manager that is the world’s largest publicly-traded hedge fund company, yesterday said...

    16. July 29, 2006

      RAB seeking to diversify with more acquisitions

      RAB Capital, the Aim-listed hedge fund company, is looking to acquire private wealth management and alternative...

    17. June 1, 2006

      Boom in derivatives trading lifts Icap

      Icap, a company that acts as a go-between for banks to trade with one another, achieved a 16 per cent risein full-year...

    18. May 19, 2006

      Private banking bolsters Investec

      Investec, the London and Johannesburg-listed investment bank and broker, saw full-year pre-tax profit rise by more...

    19. April 7, 2006

      Investec to buy Rothschild's Australian banking arm

      Investec, the London-listed South African bank, hasconditionally agreed to buy the Australian bankingoperations of NM...

    20. April 6, 2006

      Investec buys Rothschild’s Australian operations

      Investec, the South African bank with a listing in London, said on Thursday that it had conditionally agreed to buy the...

    21. March 22, 2006

      Wellington's £140m hurricane losses

      Wellington, the Lloyd's insurer, sought to draw a line under a year marred by losses from the US hurricane season and...

    22. March 21, 2006

      Collins Stewart seeks higher rating

      Collins Stewart Tullett, the world's second-biggest inter-dealer broker, plans to spin off its stockbroking business...

    23. March 20, 2006

      Collins Stewart seeks higher rating

      Collins Stewart Tullett, the world’s second-biggest inter-dealer broker, on Monday announced plans to spin off its...

    24. March 8, 2006

      SMALL-CAPS: METALS TRADER WOGEN IN WARNING OVER PRICE FALLS

      *Wogen, the speciality metals trader that floated in October, lost 11.5 per cent to 150p after it warned about the...

    25. January 21, 2006

      RAB builds platform for growth

      RAB Capital, the hedge fund manager, yesterday said full-year pre-tax profits were expected to rise by 43 per cent to...

    26. January 20, 2006

      RAB Capital’s profits rise sharply

      RAB Capital, the listed hedge fund manager, on Friday said pre-tax profits last year rose by 43 per cent, as the amount...

    27. January 13, 2006

      Man Group falls short of the market's expectations

      Man Group, the listed hedge fund, more than tripled its net new funds in the last three months of 2005 compared with...

    28. January 12, 2006

      Man Group attracts $700m of new money

      Man Group, the world’s largest listed hedge fund, on Thursday said that investors added a net $700m to its funds in the...

    29. December 14, 2005

      INVESTORS WARM TO LANCASHIRE AS SHARES INCREASE 12%

      Shares in Lancashire Holdings closed 12 per cent higher in conditional dealing as investors warmed to the new Bermudan...

    30. December 6, 2005

      Alea decision puts 125 jobs at risk

      Alea, the London-listedBermuda-based reinsurer, is to stop writing insurance and reinsurance in London, putting 125...

    31. November 25, 2005

      Lloyd's hurricane bill raises concerns

      Concern was raised yesterday about an increase in Lloyd's bill for this year's hurricane season after Wellington, one...

    32. November 10, 2005

      SMALL CAPS: OMEGA GAINS ON NEWS OF £90M EXPANSION PLANS

      *Omega Underwriting put on 7 per cent to 122½p after it became the latest Lloyd's insurer to seek to raise money to...

    33. October 18, 2005

      Prettejohn leaves Lloyd's struggling in a record year of storms

      Nick Prettejohn, chief executive of Lloyd's, could not have chosen a more inauspicious day to confirm that he was...

    34. October 6, 2005

      Wellington lifts Katrina claims estimate

      Concerns were raised over a possible increase in losses from Hurricane Katrina at Lloyd's yesterday after Wellington...

    35. September 29, 2005

      Icap thrives on energy and volatility

      Icap, the world's biggest broker of money market and derivative trades between banks, has benefited from volatile...

    36. September 12, 2005

      Katrina brings opportunities for Hiscox

      Hiscox, the Lloyd’s of London insurer, has reversed its decision to cut the amount of business the company will write...

    37. September 6, 2005

      Amlin warns of Katrina cost rises

      Amlin, one of the largest UK-listed Lloyd's insurers, warned industry losses from Hurricane Katrina at the upper end of...

    38. August 19, 2005

      Hurricane blows away profits at Goshawk

      Greater than expected damage from Hurricane Ivan - the biggest of last year’s storms - hit interim profits at Goshawk...

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