September, 2011

Move with Us relaunches B2B website

The Move with Us B2B website has been re-launched following extensive work on design, functionality and new site features, bringing it in line with the new corporate identity of Move with Us. The site has been re-built so that it is easier to navigate, ensuring all existing information can be easily located whilst incorporating […]

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Be prepared to protect your reputation; and act fast

In today’s world reputation is paramount, so it’s worth protecting.  The speed of communication means that a reputation can be irreparably damaged extremely quickly. Sometimes more painful to watch is when events seem to go wrong in slow motion, and there is an (ultimately futile) attempt at salvage, when really it would be kinder to […]

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Matthew Vincent pops in for a coffee

This week the Broadgate Mainland offices were graced with the esteemed presence of Matthew Vincent, Editor of FT money, when he came in to give a talk about his paper, what he likes to report and also what his readers think of his section. One of the interesting things Matthew revealed was the delight he […]

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Pershing Announces Launch of the New Model Custodian for Independent Advisers

Pershing Limited, a BNY Mellon Company, today announced its plans to launch a custodial platform this October which will target independent financial advisers and financial planning businesses. Pershing’s offering is an open architecture, customisable solution providing advisers with a single point of custody and asset administration for all asset classes. It also utilises Pershing’s global […]

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Slater Investments launches Income Fund

Slater Investments, the London-based investment management company, is to launch the MFM Slater Income Fund on 19 September. The Fund is one of the first to launch under the FSA’s new Key Investor Information Document (KIID) regulations, which came into force on 1 July this year. KIIDs are part of the UCITS IV Directive and […]

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Many are called but few are chosen

People often ask me if a successful company spokesperson is born to the role or created through media training and hard earned experience. What are the skills, temperament and personal qualities that allow them to succeed? Malcolm Tucker, the no-nonsense government spin doctor in the TV series ‘The Thick of It’, provided  a typically colourful […]

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Alpari (UK) introduces new research tool to help identify trading opportunities

Alpari (UK) Limited (“Alpari (UK)”), a leading global foreign exchange (“Forex”, “FX”) broker, is launching Alpari AM, a brand new trading tool brought to traders in collaboration with Autochartist, a global leader in automated technical analysis and research. The web-based trading tool automatically and independently scours Forex market price action throughout the trading day – […]

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Celebrities, love and war in Cyberspace

What is the world coming to, I’m writing a blog about the Daily Mail website. Love it or hate it, the Daily Mail website is an internet publishing sensation fuelled by celebrity tittle-tattle and polarised opinions, sparking controversy across the net. Latest figures suggest that it’s reaching into the living rooms of well over half […]

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Menzies launches business recovery arm

Menzies LLP has launched its new business recovery arm with the acquisition of the London office of insolvency specialist Benedict McQueen, the London representative of Benedict Mackenzie. Following recent negotiations between both firms, Simon Underwood and Laurence Pagden join the newly established Menzies Business Recovery LLP as partners, bringing with them a support and administrative […]

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