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IAG CEO Will Need to Charm 'Kingmaker' Ryanair to Buy Aer Lingus
IAG SA Chief Executive Officer Willie Walsh, having won over Irish lawmakers for his plan to buy Aer Lingus Group Plc, will next have to tackle the combative boss of Europe's biggest discount carrier to secure the takeover.
Aer Lingus shares up as Irish government backs stake sale  BBC News
IAG CEO says hopeful Ryanair will find offer for Aer Lingus attractive  Reuters
Irish Times  
Keydata founder hits back after �75m fine over 'death bonds'
Stewart Ford, the founder of the insolvent investment firm Keydata who was slapped with a record-breaking �75m fine, has hit back with a �700m High Court claim against the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the accountants PwC.
'I will be glad to see FCA in court': Stewart Ford  FT Adviser
Lies and secret fees: Why is the FCA trying to fine Stewart Ford �75m?  Professional Adviser
China becomes the largest foreign investor in the US
The fDi Report 2015, an annual assessment of crossborder investment from the fDi Intelligence team at the Financial Times, has been released.
Scotland is the most attractive place for foreigners to invest outside London  City A.M.
EU Vote Threat To UK Investment, Report Warns  Sky News
Bank of England to finalise ringfencing rules in first-half of 2016
LONDON The Bank of England said it will finalise new rules designed to protect bank's domestic retail customers from riskier parts of their operations in the first half of next year.
Bank of England offical Martin Taylor: Regulation will not drive big lenders ...  City A.M.
Bank of England's Martin Taylor attacks critics of ringfencing  Financial Times
Ulster Bank loans sold to US investor for over �200m
Ulster Bank has sold Northern Ireland property loans originally worth �1.4bn for �205m in a deal with investment firm Cerberus, it announced last night.
Royal Bank of Scotland considering �13bn bid for state-owned mortgage ...  International Business Times UK
RBS share price: Lender mulls bid for �13bn mortgage portfolio  iNVEZZ
Tom Hayes Libor trial: Trader was 'ringmaster' in conspiracy to rig interbank ...
A City trader “motivated by greed” rigged bank lending rates, a court has heard. Tom Hayes, 35, is alleged to have manipulated the London inter-bank lending rates to earn his bank millions.
Greedy trader was ringmaster in Libor fraud, court told  Belfast Telegraph
How much Tom Hayes was paid really. Weird food when you work 18 hours a day  eFinancialCareers
Shares in De La Rue tumble as banknote printer reveals 25% profits plunge and ...
Shares in printing firm De La Rue have plummeted this morning after a steep fall in annual profits has resulted in the decision to slash its dividend.
Banknote printer shares drop 10%  Fresh Business Thinking
De La Rue posts 22 pct fall in operating profit  Reuters
Identity theft jump 27pc as thieves target innocent account-holders
The number of crimes involving the theft of innocent people's identities to commit fraud has surged by more than a quarter, new figures have revealed.
Identity theft climbs by a third  IT PRO
Identity theft up by a third  FinancialAdvice.co.uk
High street 'bounding ahead' as retailers' outlook reaches 27 year high, CBI ...
High street sales are “bounding ahead,” giving retailers the best outlook for 27 years due to falling prices and a boost to consumer spending power, according to new figures from the Confederation of Business Industry.
Sales surge puts spring in step of UK's retailers  Yorkshire Post
Retail optimism reaches highest level in 27 years  Scotsman
Train company forced to fork out �30 million after frustrated commuters ...
A major train service connecting London to the south-east of England has forked out over �30m after customers complained about flea-infested seats.
Abellio Greater Anglia to spend �30m on cleaning after claims of 'flea ...  Evening Standard
Abellio Greater Anglia customers complain of 'flea infested seats'  Brentwood Gazette