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Find out what your passion means to us. 12 October, 10am – 4pm Calman Café, Calman Learning Centre, 2 Stockton Road, Durham DH1 3LY
Breakfast Networking Session with EY at Café Rouge. Business representatives from all four business areas – Advisory, Assurance, Tax and Transactions – will be present to answer your questions during a speed networking session. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to apply for a space, attaching your CV.
Ugne Pakalniskyte Belgian prosecutors accused HSBC’s private banking division of helping high net worth Belgium citizens avoid the countries mandatory 35% tax on interest, according to spokesman for the court. As stated by the prosecutor himself, HSBC private bank allegedly advised clients to move their money into offshore companies in order to avoid this tax…. Read more »
Chris Makowski BHP Billiton – the largest mining firm in the world – has announced demerger plans, which the company states will “unlock shareholder value by significantly simplifying the BHP Billiton Group and creating two portfolios of complementary assets.” In reality the mining giant is separating itself from its underperforming assets, namely its aluminium, nickel… Read more »
Zach Chadwick BASF is a German chemicals company; the largest in the world based on sales volume. As a company, few analysts would disagree that BASF has performed impressively over the last 5 years. Since 2006 it has seen a surge in its capex, accompanied by a rise in share price. And its recovery post… Read more »
Samuel Wilkins Petrofac is a global provider of oilfield services to the oil and gas industry, with a thriving construction element within their business; who claim to provide some of the largest and most technically challenging plants in the industry. They have previously specialised in building floating production platforms to plants that work efficiently in… Read more »
Miles Richardson Sukuk: An Islamic financial certificate, similar to a bond in Western finance, that complies with Sharia, Islamic religious law. Because the traditional Western interest paying bond structure is not permissible, the issuer of a sukuk sells an investor group the certificate, who then rents it back to the issuer for a predetermined… Read more »