As we approach the final Autumn Statement before the General Election, I feel that there will be few surprises for the SME sector.
Despite what the media are portraying, the economy is picking up and we can see that as our clients are expanding at a faster pace than in more recent years.
Cambridge is in the vanguard of an alternative finance industry boom in the UK, a new report reveals.
DFJ Esprit has agreed to acquire all the venture capital investments of TTP Ventures – the investment arm of TTP Group plc, the Cambridge UK-based technology consultancy.
Qualcomm’s $2.5 billion agreed offer for Cambridge wireless business CSR guaranteed a new record month for major transactions in the UK technology cluster.
UK Top 50 ranked independent regional accountancy practice, Larking Gowen, is to further expand throughout East Anglia as the result of a merger with Colchester-based medical accountancy specialists Hubbard Lloyd.
Autumn in the Cambridge UK technology cluster blew in with a fresh windfall of mega-deals – with September transactions topping $2.62 billion to increase the 18-month total to $43.77bn and hoist the monthly average over that time to a new high of $2.43bn.
Complex tax legislation is one of the key factors holding back greater growth and job creation for medium sized businesses (MSBs) across the East of England and UK as a whole – but there are ways of making it less taxing.
- Cambridge August deals burn hot with record £3.25bn
- db Broadcast bought by management
- Tattersalls buys majority stake in French sales firm
- SyndicateRoom in front line of Osborne’s FinTech army
- July deals another blockbuster for Cambridge
- Leak detection business growing fast
- M&A activity gathers further pace at Grant Thornton
- Money Mover bids to raise £500k in Cambridge FinTech sector
- BDO named most active financial adviser in East Anglia
- Flaming June takes Cambridge deals to $35.8 billion
- BGL helps Africans fight poverty through education
- Imperial Innovations triggers £150m fundraising
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