Accountancy firm, Grant Thornton East Anglia has welcomed a familiar face back to its corporate finance team.
WMS Recruitment Limited has secured a £500,000 medium term loan from Barclays Corporate to facilitate the development of Friday Bridge Camp, which provides living accommodation for migrant workers based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
Business bosses in the UK’s East of England believe more companies like Cambridge-based Autonomy will be swallowed up by cash rich foreign buyers over the next decade.
The Government consultations on reforming R & D tax credits and introducing a 10 per cent patent box are providing businesses with a rare opportunity to help shape the tax system for the hi-tech and life science sectors.
Barclays Wealth, a leading global wealth manager, has boosted its East Anglia presence with a new office in Norwich and is set to replicate the move in Cambridge.
Juggling figures is second nature to Barclays Bank manager Laura Johnson – but figuring juggling proved a skill set to far when she ran off to join the circus in Great Yarmouth. A regional business manager for the bank, she decided it would be good to work alongside her client, The Hippodrome Circus, Great Yarmouth for a day.
Barclays Bank has acted to fill a major infrastructure funding void in the UK. It has created what it believes is the first bank-led UK infrastructure debt fund for institutional investors.
e2v technologies, a specialist provider of technology solutions for high performance systems, has negotiated major new banking facilities.
The Financial Services Authority is holding its first regional roadshow in Cambridge UK in a bid to rebuild the trust of a disillusioned public.
One of Cambridge UK’s business institutions – office equipment giant Spicers – is set to be sold in a £200m deal to Spanish paper group, Unipapel.
Norfolk chartered accountants Banham Graham and Lovewell Blake are to merge in the autumn, creating an enlarged firm with flagship offices on Broadland Business Park, Norwich.
A US venture capital firm has been so smitten by investment opportunities in the healthcare sector this side of the Atlantic that it is considering closing down its States operation and setting up a UK base to target Europe.
The Silicon Valley Bank is set to open in Cambridge next year subject to approval by the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
With a steady stream of people moving to Australia from England and vice versa, Cambridge tax specialist websters has opened new offices in Sydney.
Angel syndicates from Cambridge and London have helped East of England companies raise more than £6 million to take new businesses to market.
Budding entrepreneurs shunned by the High Street lenders have been handed a funding lifeline by a venture that has created a ‘People’s Bank’ in the East of England.
- Anglian Water and Marshall Group among UK’s fastest growers
- How does my business grow? Developing an acquisition strategy
- New Ipswich recruitment company launched
- Barclays Corporate renews Savills' £50m Revolving Credit Facility
- Firms bank on Clydesdale billions
- US VCs’ social media savvy outstrips UK
- Streets further expands reach with ISA merger
- Deloitte adds two new directors in Cambridge
- Orchestra ‘brass’ sections get some oompah
- La Playa marketer wins scholarship to Kellogg School
- Abcam boss: ‘Angels gave us kiss of life after VCs buried us’
- Access UK secures expansion capital in £50 million deal with Lyceum
- Budget 2011: Still banking on Plan A
- Cambridge entrepreneur helps UK beat US to startup visa punch
- Sticking to the squeeze
- East of England accountant opens new regional office
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