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Monthly Archives: December 2014

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AirAsia flight likely to be in sea, says rescue chief. Five people die on stricken ferry. Markets in turmoil after snap election triggered in Greece. Dyson now owns more land in England than Queen. Network Rail boss stripped of £371k golden goodbye. Recession looms for Russia as economy shrinks for first time since 2009. Deadly fake vodka made from anti-freeze found across Britain ahead of new year. Al-Qaeda official directs 'lone wolf' attacks towards easyJet and BA. Nigel Farage has been declared Britain's worst 'moral leader'.

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Obama: North Korea's Sony hack was not an act of war. France is gripped by fear at Christmas after third street attack in three days. Anger as two NY police shot dead. Ukip's Roger Bird quits as general secretary over sex claims – despite party probe clearing him. Photography legend Jane Bown dies. NHS to map DNA on a grand scale. Police shoot dead black teen in US. The Interview to be screened after all. U.S. BANK WEALTH MANAGEMENT The wealth management division of U.S. Bancorp said it hired Ena Licina as vice president, trust relationship manager, for its Private Client Reserve in Las Vegas. Prior to this, Licina worked as a trust officer with Wells Fargo Wealth Management, U.S Bank said. PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP The investment management company appointed Thomas Cheong vice president of North Asia for Principal International. Cheong will join in early January from Manulife Asset Management in Taiwan, where he was CEO and executive director. LEGAL & GENERAL GROUP PLC The…

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8 children stabbed to death in Cairns. Obesity can be a disability: EU court. Decision at EU's court of justice in Luxembourg establishes precedent that could affect employment rights across Europe. 'Tory MP killed boy during sex attack': Police probe 1970s murders of three boys. Profumo affair figure Mandy Rice-Davies dies. Has America just lost its first cyberwar to North Korea? f(x)=2x+1 walks into a bar. The barman says "I'm sorry, we don't cater for functions." BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON CORP BNY Mellon Wealth Management, a unit of the bank, has hired Vivian Chan as wealth director of business development in Hong Kong. Chan will provide services to high net worth individuals and families and will report to Chuck Long, head of greater Chinafor BNY Mellon Wealth Management. STATE STREET CORP The world's second-largest standalone custody bank appointed Wai Kwong Seck to its management committee, the company's senior-most strategy and policy making group. State Street also promoted Gunjan Kedia to the management committee. FTI…

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Scotland: Queen was asked to step in. L'Oreal millionaire sues chippy. Life on Mars: Nasa finds first hint of alien life. Nativity donkey dies after being sat on at fair. Musical joke of the year: An E-flat, a G-flat, and a B-flat walk into a bar. The bartender says "Sorry, we don't serve minors. ASIA GROWTH CAPITAL ADVISORS PTE LTD The Singapore-based private equity firm appointed Harjit Bhatia as executive chairman. Bhatia, who helped set up the private equity businesses of GE and Credit Suisse in the Asia Pacific, was most recently a managing partner and chief executive at PineBridge Asia Partners. BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES SERVICES, The global custodian bank has made two senior appointments within its client development team in Zurich. The subsidiary of BNP Paribas SA named Corinne Vitte as head of sales for institutional investors. It also appointed Dario Rigert as sales manager for institutional investors. CORDEA SAVILLS The property investment manager named Cristiano Ronchi as head of investment, Italy, and a…

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84 children killed in Taliban Pakistan school attack. Sydney cafe siege: three confirmed dead. Death of northern white rhino in San Diego means there's just one male left in the world. BT in talks to buy EE for £12.5bn. City watchdog bans fare dodger. Co-op fails stress test. Ukip to get £1.5m EU taxpayers' cash. BT in talks to buy EE for £12.5bn. Tony Blair 'ready' to face CIA torture inquiry.     TIKEHAU CAPITAL GROUP Tikehau Capital appointed Ben Rothberg and Christoph Steffan as credit analysts in London, effective Dec. 1. Rothberg joins Tikehau from Credit Industriel et Commerical(CIC), where he worked as a part of the acquisition finance team. Steffan most recently worked in the credit lending department of Morgan Stanley. BLUEBAY ASSET MANAGEMENT LLP BlueBay Asset Management, part of Royal Bank of Canada's asset management business, said it appointed Jana Velebova as a portfolio manager in its emerging markets sovereign team. PINEBRIDGE INVESTMENTS The Asset manager said it appointed Tomi Lngström as…

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In order to succeed, set systems not goals. Some good advice for New Year

Scott Adams, creator of the successful Dilbert cartoons, published a memoir/self-help book entitled How To Fail At Almost Everything And Still Win Big. Adams writes amusingly about stumbling through a series of early jobs in banking and telecoms, despite being a “totally skill-free” bullshit artist – but then claims he was fired, many times, because he hit “the diversity ceiling”, being too white and male for his politically correct bosses. You can’t help wondering if the real reason wasn’t that he was totally skill-free: it’s odd to boast so jovially about one’s incompetence at a job, then blame sinister social forces when you lose it. Still, I like to imagine I could spot a profound insight into human behaviour even if it came from a Ukip member, say, so set aside Adams’ views on political correctness (probably he thinks it’s “gone mad”) and acknowledge that his book contains one very useful bit of advice: when you’re trying to get better at something – a creative…

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Five hostages escape Sydney siege. Don't mention immigration - Labour chiefs' warning to their MPs. Golfers brand Hamilton's SPOTY win 'a joke'. Dreaming of a white Christmas? It could happen. Amazon glitch leads to rush for 1p 'bargains'. Tories 'trying to buy election'. Ukip candidate Kerry Smith quits. Cameron urged to open probe into Britain's role in CIA torture programme. Low-paid and zero-hours jobs surge.   RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL INC Raymond James & Associates, a branch of the financial advisory firm, said it hired two advisers from the advisory unit of Wells Fargo & Co. LLOYDS BANK COMMERCIAL BANKING The financial services company appointed Theresa Newell as managing director and co-head of its leveraged credit sales division. NOMURA HOLDINGS INC The Japanese financial services company said it appointed its co-deputy CFO Jonathan Lewis as CEO of the company's operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa. LLOYDS BANKING GROUP PLC The bank promoted Theresa Newell to the position of managing director and co-head of leveraged credit…

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UK spy agencies sought CIA torture report redactions. Fisheries post 'unsuitable for woman'. Psychoactive magic mushrooms found in grounds of Buckingham Palace. Princess Michael of Kent: Breastfeeding is a dreadful practice. Men really are more stupid than women. Window plunge tycoon's friends 'believe he was murdered by Russian mafia' Scot Young is fifth friend to 'commit suicide', claims associate. Cafe owner cuts short interview after he is asked whether local people can afford £3.20 bowls of cereal. VTB CAPITAL The investment arm of Russian lender VTB Bank appointed Nick Hutt as the head of its international business. CIRCLE INTERNET FINANCIAL The Bitcoin startup hired JP Morgan Chase & Co's managing director, Paul Camp, as chief financial officer, the Wall Street Journal reported. CANACCORD GENUITY GROUP INC The financial services firm appointed Nishad Vallonthaiel as head of electronic and programme trading and Andrew Clotworthy as intermediary sales director in its wealth management business. AMUNDI The Paris-based asset management company appointed Benedicte Rabier as senior product specialist…

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Cameron announces GCHQ hunt for online paedophiles. Alan Rusbridger to stand down. Natasha Bolter 'did not attend Oxford', says university amid Ukip sex scandal. Free food and good pay helps Google win best employer award. Tony Blair to be called before House of Commons IRA 'On the Runs' inquiry. 40ft waves, 80mph winds... and now 17,000 without power: Weather bomb strikes. Marijuana sellers in the US are making so much money, they've made their own bank. Angelina Jolie described as 'minimally talented spoiled brat'. METLIFE INC The largest U.S. life insurer appointed Esther Lee chief marketing officer and executive vice president, effective Jan. 12, 2015. CASTLE HARBOUR SECURITIES The financial services provider appointed former Citigroup Inc executive Eric Daniel to co-manage its new global convertible bond fund. HOULIHAN LOKEY The investment bank appointed Richard Lee as a managing director to its dispute resolution and financial expert opinions team within the financial advisory services division. ORIEL ASSET MANAGEMENT The financial services company appointed Jamie Ward as…

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Pistorius: state allowed to appeal. 'Weather bomb' hits the UK. Petrol could fall to £1 a litre. Funeral costs mean the poor are forced to 'bury relatives in their back garden', says MP. £20m divorce battle tycoon Scott Young falls 60ft to his death. Mountain-sized asteroid is heading towards Earth, says scientist. Tesco boss pledges to stop 'artificially' boosting profits.   WILLIAM BLAIR & CO The investment bank and asset manager appointed Peter Gibson to lead consultant relationship activities in Europe and help thecompany's expansion in the region. ING INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT The financial services firm hired Tarek Saber as investment team manager and Jasper van Ingen as a senior portfolio manager to its convertible bond markets team. ROUBINI GLOBAL ECONOMICS The company named Terry Waters as chief executive and president. U.S. BANCORP The wealth manager hired John Briggs as a wealth management consultant and an entertainment industry specialist to its Private Client Reserve business. DEUTSCHE ASSET & WEALTH MANAGEMENT The unit of Deutsche Bank AG…

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