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Brexit prompts Singapore's UOB to suspend London property loans
Singapore-based United Overseas Bank, Southeast Asia's third-largest bank by assets, has suspended loan applications for London properties as investors assess the uncertainties caused by UK's vote to leave the EU.
Brexit: Asian banks assess London property risks  
Major Singapore bank to suspend lending for London properties over EU leave vote  
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A buyer is hunted for the convenience chain as it enters administration but over 1,000 jobs have already been cut. 06:59, UK, Thursday 30 June 2016.
Sherwood went on to tell MPs that the firm's involvement in the BHS saga has not enhanced its reputation. 'We've been reviewing Goldman Sachs' relationship with Sir Philip Green at this point,' he said with some bluntness.
Despite warnings that Britain's decision to leave the EU could cause a new recession, the FTSE 100 jumped to 6360. Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA.
Fresh concerns have emerged over the future of Tata Steel's UK assets, which include the huge Port Talbot works. It is understood that the Indian owners of the plant fear that the current UK political uncertainty could derail efforts linked to the ...
Lloyds said the jobs would go in its IT, group operations and wealth management businesses. The bank, 9% owned by the taxpayer, said the cuts were part of 9,000 job losses announced in 2014.

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