Yorkshire Building Society, which merged with Norwich & Peterborough Building Society (N&P) on November 1, will be creating 40 new customer service jobs at the Lynch Wood Business Park in Peterborough UK.
Helen Sant, head of tax for KPMG in East Anglia looks at what to expect from the Chancellor in next week’s Autumn Statement.
Small and medium sized technology businesses across the East of England can find out more about the R & D grant funding opportunities available to them at a free information workshop hosted by My Business FD, a leading provider of part time finance directors to small and growing businesses.
A leading firm of independent financial advisers, with offices in Norwich and London, has taken financial planning on to a new level by developing an innovative app for its clients.
Cambridge and London based My Business FD, which provides part time finance directors to growing businesses, has helped social media marketing company MarketMeSuite secure £100,000 to finance expansion plans.
The Taxman has urged bosses in the East of England to take more care in filing tax returns after receiving hundreds of bodged forms.
East of England entrepreneurs are gearing up for growth with far more gusto than their UK counterparts, a new survey by Cambridge-based Deloitte reveals.
Staff at Cambridge tax specialist, websters, will be tickled pink if chief executive Andrew Webster dresses in support of the Breast Cancer campaign.
Considering the battering banks’ reputations have taken in recent years it’s hardly surprising that Cambridge entrepreneur Peter Dawe has insisted that his new UK investment vehicle is most definitely ‘Not a Bank.’
It seems that we are unable to open a newspaper lately without some form of economic bad news staring us in the face, writes Neil Offord of BDO in the East of England.
Ashcroft Anthony, a leading firm of chartered accounts and private client advisers, is launching a new outsourced accountancy function.
Barclays Corporate has extended banking facilities of over £20m to 99p Stores to double the size of the business and European expansion into Ireland.
East Anglian accountancy firm Larking Gowen has recruited 15 new members of staff as part of a planned expansion programme.
East Anglia has been exposed as the UK blackspot for low payment of female talent.
Ipswich-based Call Connection Ltd, the UK's largest insurance-led generation business, has secured £3 million funding from Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets to help it and its associated companies grow and create new jobs.
HMRC is getting tough with cash-strapped companies in the UK’s East Anglia region that are struggling to pay tax bills.
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- Barclays Wealth opens new office in Norwich
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- New £500m infrastructure debt fund launched
- e2v secures improved banking terms
- FSA Cambridge summit bids to repair trust
- El of a deal as Spaniards agree £200m for Spicers
- Accountancy merger heralds new era
- US venture capital firm considers UK base
- Silicon Valley Bank closer to Cambridge office
- Cambridge tax specialist opens in Sydney
- Cambridge and London angels lead £6m funding charge
- The People’s Bank plugs funding black hole
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