Stewart Ford, the founder and majority share owner of Keydata Investment Services, has claimed he will be “glad to see the FCA in court” after the regulator hit him with a �75m fine.
The chairman of the Lloyd's insurance market is to issue one of the strongest rallying cries yet in favour of Britain remaining in the European Union.
The airlines chief Willie Walsh says he is “hopeful” that rival Ryanair would not scupper his €1.4bn (�993m) bid to snap up the Irish carrier Aer Lingus.
The Queen's Speech promised government action to build a “Northern Powerhouse” in order to help deliver “a balanced economic recovery”.
The banknote printer De La Rue has said that the weak euro had handed its European competitors a price advantage as it revealed sharply lower annual profits.