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Woodford struggles to build bridges with UK financial advisers

7:13am EDT

LONDON, Aug 23 With his flagship 3.7 billion pound ($4.5 billion) fund frozen, money manager Neil Woodford has been travelling around Britain trying to convince independent financial advisers (IFAs) his firm remains a good long-term bet.

Climate change could rain on Saudi Aramco's IPO parade

Aug 20 2019

By Clara Denina , Sinead Cruise, Rania El Gamal and Simon Jessop

Tackle investment bank first, investors tell HSBC's caretaker boss

Aug 08 2019

LONDON To make a quick mark on Europe's biggest bank, HSBC's caretaker boss Noel Quinn needs to succeed where other executives have failed: in its sprawling investment bank where a struggle to gain market share against Wall Street rivals continues. 

Devil in the data as funds call for scrutiny of LSE's Refinitiv deal

Jul 31 2019

LONDON Some trading and investment firms are calling for competition regulators to scrutinize London Stock Exchange's proposed $27 billion takeover of financial information provider Refinitiv to prevent further market data price hikes.

UK banks say business investment slowing further ahead of Brexit

Jul 15 2019

LONDON Britain's major banks have seen a growing number of business customers delay decisions on investments and borrowing in recent weeks, as the probability of a disorderly exit from the European Union inches higher.

Skeptical Deutsche Bank investors to grill Sewing on revamp roadshow

Jul 10 2019

LONDON/FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank shareholders will quiz Chief Executive Christian Sewing on how he plans to deliver on revenue growth targets during a global roadshow to win their backing for a 7.4 billion euro ($8.4 billion) 'reinvention' of the lender.

Sewing faces sceptical Deutsche Bank investors on revamp roadshow

Jul 10 2019

LONDON/FRANKFURT Deutsche Bank investors will press Chief Executive Christian Sewing on how he will deliver on revenue growth targets during a global roadshow to win backing for his 7.4 billion euro ($8.4 billion) 'reinvention' plan.

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