November, 2012

Tax, to pay or not to pay? That is the question

Tax is a difficult subject. No-one really likes to pay it, but there is a grudging acknowledgement that the nation needs taxes to maintain public services and all that. Since Jimmy Carr’s immoral behaviour towards tax returns and Chris Moyles’ attempted tax (not sex) based super-injunction, trying not to pay tax is now a ‘bad’ […]

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UK P&I Club welcomes Standard & Poor’s upgrade

Tuesday, 20 November 2012 – The UK P&I Club (the UK Club), one of the oldest shipping protection and indemnity insurance mutuals, has welcomed an announcement by the ratings agency Standard and Poor’s upgrading the UK Club’s outlook from “Stable” to “Positive.” In its review, Standard and Poor’s said “The positive outlook reflects our expectation […]

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Broadgate Mainland Supports Small Steps as its Sponsored Charity

Broadgate Mainland Supports Small Steps as its Sponsored Charity Broadgate Mainland, the leading financial and professional services agency, is supporting  Small Steps, School for Parents, as its nominated charity for the next twelve months. Broadgate Mainland’s annual charity is chosen by its staff and Small Steps was chosen because the team were very impressed with […]

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Morgan Stanley launches new defensive suite

London, 12 November 2012 – Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) today announces the launch of the Morgan Stanley FTSE™ Defensive Bonus Plan 7 and the Morgan Stanley FTSE™ Defensive Digital Growth Plan 8. Nev Godley, Vice President, at Morgan Stanley, said: “Given the ongoing uncertainty in the markets, Morgan Stanley continues to offer defensive products to cater […]

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Kestrel broadens AIM Inheritance Tax Solution

Kestrel Investment Partners (Kestrel) has broadened the Kestrel Inheritance Tax Solution (KITS) offering to include retail clients as well as professional clients. This is a discretionary investment management service aimed at reducing inheritance tax (IHT) liabilities by investing in a selection of AIM companies chosen and managed by Kestrel. KITS is based on Kestrel’s strong […]

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University of Westminster launches 6th annual WESTPHOTO photography prize

Winners of the University of Westminster’s 6th annual WESTPHOTO photography prize will be announced at a private viewing on Wednesday 5 December 2012 at the Ambika P3 Gallery, the University’s contemporary art and architecture space, in central London. Now in its sixth year, this year WESTPHOTO invited students and alumni from the University of Ulster, […]

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Business and Sport in Union

In the next few weeks the world’s best rugby union nations from the northern and southern hemispheres will entertain sports fans in Great Britain, Ireland and France with a blend of bone crunching aggression, breathtaking agility and silky ball handling skills. Many companies will use these matches to entertain their most important clients offering a […]

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A new DVD from the UK P&I Club emphasises the importance of reducing risk

The UK P&I Club is absolutely committed to maintaining a vibrant loss prevention programme and its latest move is a new DVD that places a specific focus on the Bow Tie concept – a comprehensive risk assessment initiative which helps members identify and prioritise risk across their whole fleets. According to the Club’s Loss Prevention […]

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