Hayley Kirton

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Hayley Kirton covered law, professional services and banking at City A.M.

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Hiring in London is forecast to slump to a three-year low, as employers in the capital scale back their staffing intentions for [...]

14 March
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Staff at Deutsche Bank have been dealt another blow after discovering the German lender's group bonus pool is being cut in half. [...]

13 March
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Nicola Sturgeon announced today she would shortly be heading to Scottish parliament to seek a second referendum on the country's [...]

13 March
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Notes has struck a deal for a £600,000 loan to open two further branches in London, including its largest site to date, City [...]

13 March
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Mark Tucker, currently chief exec of AIA and once the man from the Pru, has been confirmed to replace HSBC's departing chairman [...]

12 March
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Charlotte Hogg's fate as a deputy governor at the Bank of England is facing renewed pressure, as MPs are busily mulling whether [...]

12 March
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Crest Nicholson has been told to pay £1.3m it unsuccessfully tried to keep under a stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance scheme [...]

12 March
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The Icelandic government announced today it will be completely lifting on Tuesday the capital controls it put in place against [...]

12 March
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The long-awaited report into Royal Bank of Scotland's Global Restructuring Group (GRG) cost the City watchdog more than £40,000 [...]

12 March
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Mark Tucker, chief executive and president of AIA and former boss of Prudential, has been confirmed as chairman of HSBC, marking [...]

12 March
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An influential pressure group is looking to extend its president's term beyond the usual two years so he can help guide its members [...]

9 March
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Several people have been injured in an axe attack at the main train station in Dusseldorf, Germany. [...]

9 March
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Those trying to make a name for themselves in the courts have been dealt a blow by the impending hike in national insurance. [...]

9 March
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The Brexit secretary has insisted most sectors of the UK economy will not require transitional arrangements after the UK leaves [...]

9 March
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Prime Minister Theresa May has been stepping up a City charm offensive in recent weeks, hosting top bankers and asset managers [...]

9 March
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