• Ravi Menon, managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore, said banks were considering Singapore and Hong Kong as an alternative to London for running their Asian trading business, rather than Singapore as an alternative to Hong Kong, as incorrectly stated in an article on January 12.

  • Horseman Capital’s global fund gained 2.27 per cent in 2017, rather than recording a loss of 3.31 per cent as incorrectly stated in an article on January 11.

  • Data falsification in Japan did not affect products supplied to Uniqlo clothing, as incorrectly stated in an article on January 4.

  • The North Korean leader in 2002 was Kim Jong Il rather than Kim Il Sung as incorrectly stated in an obituary on December 30.

  • The name of Emma Bowden, the fiancée of Compass chief executive Richard Cousins who died with him in a seaplane crash, was misspelt in his obituary

  • The Pentagon has denied that North Korea was on the agenda during a meeting last month between US and Chinese military officers as stated in an article on December 20

  • A letter published on December 4 on Alzheimer’s disease clinical trials should have stated: ‘At a cost of $25m for each trial, the aggregate cost is a mind-blowing $31.5bn’

  • Vega Algorithms, a research and technology company that advises Gallium Fund Solutions on its portfolios, is an Authorised Representative of Gallium

  • Former US president Richard Nixon was facing impeachment proceedings before his resignation but was not impeached, as incorrectly stated in a column by Gillian Tett on November 11.

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  • Eric Schmidt is executive chairman of Alphabet, not chief executive as incorrectly stated in a column on November 23.

  • Rolf Harris served three years in prison for indecent assaults but was released in May and is no longer incarcerated as incorrectly stated in Saturday’s FT Weekend Magazine.

  • Caremark is owned by CVSHealth and OptumRx is owned by UnitedHealth, rather than the other way round as incorrectly stated in an editorial comment on November 16

  • Grant Thornton did not settle with Vincent Tchenguiz over a Serious Fraud Office investigation in 2011, as incorrectly stated in an article on November 1.

  • All roads in the West Bank are open to Israeli citizens of any religion, and are not confined to Jews as incorrectly stated in an article on October 28.

  • Data on venture capital funding secured by Cambridge- and Oxford-based start-ups were compiled by investment firm Beauhurst, not Beaufort as wrongly stated in an article on October 23

  • The chief financial officer of Rio Tinto was not sacked as a result of a failed 2011 investment in Mozambique, as wrongly stated in an editorial comment on October 20

  • Grant Robertson is a New Zealand MP, not Craig Robertson as incorrectly described in a picture caption on October 20. We apologise for the error

  • A comment by the IMF’s Vitor Gaspar on US tax reforms was not in response to criticism from Mick Mulvaney

  • Twenty-four customers affected by fraud at HBOS have accepted compensation offers from Lloyds, out of 65 included in a compensation scheme

  • The US’s tax reform plans propose capping deductions for corporate interest payments and scrapping deductions for state and local tax payments

  • Brickhill Capital is based in New Zealand, rather than China as incorrectly stated in an article on September 25

  • Tencent listed in Hong Kong in 2004, not 2014 as incorrectly stated in the Big Read on September 22

  • £57.50 per megawatt hour was the price of electricity guaranteed to offshore wind developers by the UK government, not the amount of state subsidy as incorrectly stated in an article on September 12

  • NBCUniversal does not have a stake in Vice Media