Tim Wallace

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Tim Wallace is a former City A.M. reporter.

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THE BANK of England held interest rates again yesterday, keeping the base rate at 0.5 per cent.

12 May
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Insurance firms received a slap on the wrist from the City watchdog yesterday for failing to provide proper information to [...]

12 May
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Investment banks’ profitability fell again in 2014 as tighter regulation combined with sustained high costs stopped the sector [...]

11 May
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Conservative MPs and senior City figures want the new government to rein back punitive taxes aimed at banks and avoid weakening [...]

11 May
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High-profile MP Andrew Tyrie is facing a challenge to his position as Treasury Select Committee (TSC) chairman, City A.M. understands.

11 May
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Barclays, RBS, JP Morgan and Citigroup are all expected to settle forex manipulation accusations with US regulators as soon as [...]

11 May
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George Osborne is considering selling some RBS shares this year even if the taxpayer makes a loss, as he runs out of patience [...]

11 May
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THE MOST hotly-contested General Election in decades prompted City workers to stay glued to their terminals last night, with [...]

8 May
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DATA centre firm TelecityGroup received surprise takeover interest from US rival Equinix yesterday.

8 May
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NATIONAL Australia Bank (NAB) yesterday launched the biggest rights issue ever seen on the country’s stock market, seeking [...]

8 May
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DUTCH finance group ING saw its profits shoot up by more than 50 per cent on the back of the relatively healthy economies in [...]

8 May
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Deutsche Bank successfully priced a main-market flotation on the London Stock Exchange yesterday, on the eve of the most uncertain [...]

7 May
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An increasing number of compliance staff are paid seven-figure salaries at Standard Chartered, the bank’s bosses told shareholders [...]

7 May
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The bad culture in banking is still not fixed, and more women at the top of the industry could help, International Monetary [...]

7 May
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GIANT French banks Societe Generale and Credit Agricole both reported rising profits in the first quarter of the year yesterday, [...]

7 May
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