March, 2012

The IMS Group awarded second accolade in a month

The IMS Group (‘IMS’), the leading regulation and compliance consultancy, has been named “Best Regulatory Consultancy” in the 2012 Hedge Fund Journal Awards for the fourth year running.  This comes only two weeks afther IMS  was also named as ‘Best European Regulatory Advisory Firm’ at the third annual Hedgeweek Awards. The Hedge Fund Journal ‘Best […]

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Business fit for the Olympics?

The Olympic clock is ticking ever closer to the start of the Games and for many it provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to enjoy an array of sports at 37 sites across the country. But are you fit for business during the Olympics? Are your business continuity procedures tested and understood; do you […]

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Pinterested?

Having literally just got to grips with Twitter, and the concept of ‘tweeting’, I turned a blind eye when friends and colleagues started ‘pinning’ various items to my Facebook page and Twitter feed. But I seem to have ignored it at my peril, as Pinterest has become a real talking point. If you haven’t got […]

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Investor in People – refreshingly practical business tool

When we committed to achieving Investors in People (IIP) I was excited about the challenge of seeing us through our first assessment, but this was mixed with a healthy dose of trepidation, as I really didn’t know what to expect. The cynic in me (which I do try to repress!) feared there may be a […]

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Broadgate Mainland achieves Bronze award in first ever Investors in People assessment

Broadgate Mainland, the award winning London based financial and professional services public relations agency, has achieved the Investors in People (IIP) Bronze award in recognition of its work to develop and inspire its employees. In its first ever IIP assessment Broadgate Mainland exceeded the requirements of the core IIP standard and was awarded the prestigious […]

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When do you replace a manager (football or fund)?

I, for my sins, follow Arsenal Football Club as some of my colleagues, for their sins, follow Chelsea Football Club. The water cooler chats following some awful results for both sides have inevitably centred on the effectiveness of each team’s manager; the vastly experienced Arsene Wenger and the other extreme, a manger who is younger […]

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