On October 27th 1986, the London Stock Exchange swept away centuries of tradition, and ushered in the modern, global City of London. It was called Big Bang. In light of the 30-year anniversary, Brian Tora, Associate at JM Finn & Co., talks about the changes that were brought to The Square Mile.
The Danish conglomerate Maersk Group said it will split to form separate transport and energy companies. In an announcement today it said the main group Møller - Mearsk will become an integrated transport and logistics company. Oil and oil related businesses, either individually or in combination, will be separated from the main group. Maersk Oil will focus on optimizing and strengthening its strong position in the Danish, British and Norwegian parts of the North Sea. The Møller - Mærsk A/S will reorganise into two separate divisions; Transport & Logistics and Energy. Accendo's Mike van Dulken joins us
In honour of the Queen's 90th Birthday, Share Radio’s Matt Cox delves into the financial, technological and political highs and lows witnessed by Queen Elizabeth during her lifetime, and how it has shaped the country as we know it. In part two, a look at Britain in the new age 90's, travelling all the way to our present day.
In honour of the Queen's 90th Birthday, Share Radio’s Matt Cox delves into the financial, technological and political highs and lows witnessed by Queen Elizabeth during her lifetime, and how it has shaped the country as we know it. In part one, a look at Britain’s rise from the ashes of World War Two, to the dawn of the internet.
London has again been announced as the world's top financial centre. In the Global Financial Centres Index ratings, London just pipped New York to the number one spot. So what makes the City the best place for finance? Matt Cox spoke to Adrian Lowcock, Head of Investment at Axa Wealth.
David Buik, Market Commentator at Panmure Gordon, talks about the Brexit referendum and the implications of an EU deal for the City. The Institute of Directors has found that 60% of its directors plan to vote to remain, and an open letter signed by half of the FTSE100 chairmen and chief executives say that leaving the EU “would put the economy at risk”.