With there being a steady change in attitude towards AIM, the UK’s small and mid-cap fund managers deliver comment on what type of companies deliver on the junior market.
Business owners are “crossing their fingers and hoping” that their business will deliver the returns needed to support them, according to new research.
Former Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld, notorious for being one of the key reasons for the 2008 financial crisis, has offered his own views on why the financial crisis happened and why Lehman was such a great business.
Slumping oil prices and rising competition have led to a growing number of British businesses issuing profit warnings this year.
Digital food marketplace JUST EAT ended its first nine months as a pubic company by posting sales increases of 50 per cent – which saw its share price climb nearly 10p in early morning trading.
2014 was a good year for businesses seeking to raise new money on public markets, whether by IPO or secondary fundraisings – but what do equity markets have in store for British businesses in 2015?
Speaking at the Social Impact Investment Forum last week, prime minister David Cameron announced a range of initiatives aimed at making London the “home of social finance”.