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The Budget – Medical sector

Jan-McLeanLast year, in this publication, I expressed a hope that the Chancellor would be travelling along the road to Damascus regarding the apparent disincentives of pension membership by the artificial addition of accumulating pension benefits year on year being added to earnings, creating an increasing Income Tax burden which many of you may have been affected by.

Budget poker

Danny-Clifford EnsorsGeorge Osborne has something of a card game to play in terms of his penultimate Budget speech. The recovery of the UK economy is well under way, albeit the effects are not yet being felt by a large proportion of the population.

Mexican bank takes Cambridge sustainability software

Mark Shields, managing director of CRedit360Cambridge technology is being used by one of Mexico’s largest banks to improve the monitoring and analysis of its sustainability practices.

Cambridge tech deals bust $27.5bn milestone

Justin Gover, CEO at GW PharmaceuticalsMore blockbuster life science deals in February have taken transaction value in the Cambridge UK technology cluster to $27.5 billion in the last 11 months.

New partner at Grant Thornton Cambridge

Hazel Platt, Partner at Grant ThorntonThe Cambridge office of financial and business adviser Grant Thornton has announced the promotion of Hazel Platt to partner in the firm.

PEM raises cash for Rosie Maternity Hospital

PEM-Rosie-HospitalAccountancy firm PEM has presented a cheque to the Rosie Hospital Campaign for £20,896.56 following a year of fundraising.

Cambridge January dealflow near $2 billion

Samir Brikho, chief executive at AMECEngineering and CleanTech joined the party to demonstrate the diversity of the Cambridge UK technology cluster as deal value in the innovation hotspot topped $1.97 billion in January.

Material gain as FMG does double

David SchofieldThe advisory work of Cambridge-based Future Materials Group (FMG) in 2013 has been recognised by two influential publications.

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