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The FINANCIAL -- The forecast for business lending growth in the Eurozone in 2014 has been revised down for the second time this year.
The FINANCIAL -- The UK is the clear leader in the European private equity (PE) buyout market, accounting for 40% of all buyout value in Q1 2014, according to the latest data published by the Centre for Management Buyout Research (CMBOR), sponsored by EY and Equistone Partners Europe Limited.
The FINANCIAL -- A series of stakeholder interviews conducted by KPMG in major capital markets highlights that the current IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) model of mandatory annual impairment testing of goodwill is due for a re-think, according to KPMG.
The FINANCIAL -- Post-graduate optometrists have access to a new website, NewGradOptometry.com, designed to offer information that will help put them on the right track for a successful professional career. The American Optometric Association (AOA) is encouraging new ODs to utilize this and other tools for career development, according to the American Optometric Association.
The FINANCIAL -- In honor of National Minority Health Month, this April, we will put an extra special focus on some of the most pressing issues impacting minority.
The FINANCIAL -- Wood is a renewable raw material that is enjoying increasing popularity. Pleasure in its use outdoors, however, is often of limited duration, the effects of sun and rain soon ruining the appearance of garden furniture, outdoor flooring and bridge elements made of wood, according to Bayer AG.
The FINANCIAL -- Unsurprisingly all the polls show that Americans don’t want to get too involved in Ukraine’s problems with Russian encroachment, just as they have been disinclined to get drawn into other recent world trouble spots, including Syria, Egypt and Libya.
The FINANCIAL -- Several prominent U.S. Catholic bishops called attention to immigration reform in Nogales, Ariz., along the border with Mexico.
The FINANCIAL -- The planet is already suffering significantly from the effects of climate change and the threat will only grow more serious in the years ahead —the kind of warning that people in many nations say they take seriously, says a report issued by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
The FINANCIAL -- ProCredit Bank is continuing with the modern re-design of its branches in line with its new concept.
The FINANCIAL -- First-pillar pension reforms introduced over the last two decades have brought about drastic changes in the global retirement landscape driven by unfavorable demographics and unsustainable, outdated or fragmented systems.
The FINANCIAL -- ING has paid EUR 1.225 billion to the Dutch State, including EUR 817 million repayment of core Tier 1 securities and EUR 408 million in interest and premium, according to ING.
The FINANCIAL -- Natural catastrophe losses in 2013 were dominated by floods.
The FINANCIAL -- In spite of the current political situation in Ukraine, Vienna Insurance Group has recorded a very favourable performance in the country, according to Vienna Insurance Group.
The FINANCIAL -- A new project will provide access to finance to Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) and promote sustainable private sector job creation across Egypt, according to the World Bank Group.
The FINANCIAL -- Safer and cleaner road transport is critical for achieving health and development goals around the world, according to a new report by the World Bank Group that --for the first time--assesses the global health loss from the combined impact of road injuries and pollution that can be attributed to motorized transport.
The FINANCIAL -- The World Bank welcomes Kazakhstan’s joining the Partnership for Market Readiness (PMR) -- a grant-based global partnership for capacity building to scale up climate mitigation, and supports the PMR’s decision to admit Kazakhstan as a Technical Partner by providing a US$ 1 million grant to support implementation of the National Emission Trading Scheme, according to the World Bank Group.
The FINANCIAL -- Scientists at the University of Liverpool have called for the official recommendation for fruit and veg to be increased to seven or more daily portions in order to reduce the risk of an early death, according to the University of Liverpool.
The FINANCIAL -- Management-By-Walking-Around, a widely adopted technique in hospitals in which senior managers visit the frontlines of their organizations to solicit improvement ideas and resolve issues, has the potential to do more harm than good, according to a new study by researchers from Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and Harvard Business School (HBS).
The FINANCIAL -- Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (DeAWM) has agreed to sell part of its Tilney business, a part of its wealth management business in the U.K., to Rathbone Investment Management Limited (Rathbones), according to Deutsche Bank AG.