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Nigel Cassidy

Goodbye BHS – Nick Hood of OPUS looks at the consequences when a major company closes

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00

Goodbye BHS – Nick Hood of OPUS looks at the consequences when a major company closes
In 1928 British Home Stores was set up by some American entrepreneurs. The first store was in Brixton and nothing in the store cost more than a shilling (5p). But now 90 years later it's goodbye BHS. Nick Hood, a Business Risk Advisor at OPUS, discussed the end game when a household name fails.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, Nick Hood


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: 24: The launch of a new daily newspaper

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: 24: The launch of a new daily newspaper
A new daily newspaper named '24', is to launch across the north of England and south west Scotland. The paper will be published by Cumbria-based, the CN Group, and will go on sale on June the 20th priced at 40p. So how will this new paper fare? David Helliwell, Group Editorial Director at Cumbria Newspapers Group, talked about the prospects for the new publication.
Guests:

Paul Sedgwick, David Helliwell


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Simon Rose

The Share Radio Travel Guide- Episode 51

Simon Rose
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Travel Guide

The Share Radio Travel Guide- Episode 51
Our look into the world of all things travel-related. From how to save money on your daily commute, to how to get the best value on your holiday, to what you need to know about doing business abroad.
Guest:

Sarah Tucker


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Ed Mitchell

The Investment Trust Show with Simon Crinage, James De Bunsen & Ed Bowsher

Ed Mitchell
Original Broadcast:

The Investment Trust Show

The Investment Trust Show with Simon Crinage, James De Bunsen & Ed Bowsher
This is the Investment Trust Show in association with Henderson Global Investors, featuring Simon Crinage, Head of Investment Trusts at J.P. Morgan, & James De Bunsen. fund manager at Henderson Global Investors. Topics today are accessing alternative asset through investment trusts, plus what sets investment trusts apart.

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In partnership with

Henderson Global Investors
Ed Mitchell

Are you betting on Brexit? Share Radio's Patrick Jones investigates EU betting & polling

Ed Mitchell
Original Broadcast:

Ed's Macro-Economic View

Are you betting on Brexit? Share Radio's Patrick Jones investigates EU betting & polling
With the EU referendum only weeks away, betting on a brexit has become big business for the countries bookies. However, not only are investors looking to bookmakers as a means to make money, some say they also provide a clearer picture of trends as opposed to the polls. Share Radio's Patrick Jones investigates

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Georgie Frost

The News Review with Harrison Kelly - 02/06/2016

Georgie Frost
Original Broadcast:

Consuming Issues

The News Review with Harrison Kelly - 02/06/2016
Harrison Kelly from the TSB, joins Georgie Frost in the studio to discuss the biggest finance stories of the last 24 hours. On the agenda today, shocking numbers of us do not have life insurance, we look how car insurance premiums are calculated, how are the "big four" supermarkets fairing, plus much more. Consuming Issues goes out with Georgie Frost every day from 9 to 12 on Share Radio.
Guest:

Harrison Kelly


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: “Blockchain will do to finance, what containers did to shipping”

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: “Blockchain will do to finance, what containers did to shipping”
Peter Randall, CEO of London start up SETL, talked about blockchain and its impact on financial institutions. SETL is launching ‘the world's first commercial platform for using blockchain technology to register and settle securities transactions’. Peter discussed the platform.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Peter Randall


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Big tech companies sign up to new EU code of conduct fighting hate speech

Nigel Cassidy
Original Broadcast:

Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Big tech companies sign up to new EU code of conduct fighting hate speech
An online “code of conduct” aimed at fighting hate speech has been launched by the European Union in conjunction with four of the world’s biggest internet companies. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft have all been involved in the creation of the code, which is particularly aimed at fighting racism and xenophobia across Europe. Chris Green is a tech journalist and consultant, and he looked at the rules.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Chris Green


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Ed Mitchell

Goncalo De Vasconcelos of SyndicateRoom on a new survey showing risks of Brexit to investors

Ed Mitchell
Original Broadcast:

Small Cap Investors

Goncalo De Vasconcelos of SyndicateRoom on a new survey showing risks of Brexit to investors
According to a new survey from SyndicateRoom, a vote to leave the EU would cause the cost of living to increase and put over 2 trillion pounds of personal investments at risk. Here to explain the background to the company itself and why they conducted the survey, is Goncalo De Vasconcelos.

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Ed Mitchell

Small Cap Investor: David Stredder of Sharesoc talks investment strategies and small cap company updates

Ed Mitchell
Original Broadcast:

Small Cap Investors

Small Cap Investor: David Stredder of Sharesoc talks investment strategies and small cap company updates
This is our regular look at small cap companies with the Director of Sharesoc and a keen small cap investor himself, David Stredder, who joins Ed Mitchell of Investment Perspectives.

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