Dominic King, one of the founders of
Arden Partners, will head up the new city office for corporate finance and brokering firm Zeus Capital
Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, a Labour peer, told the Lords that small business was still struggling to secure finance, he warned.
West Bromwich Building Society takes on extra staff as it plans to increase residential mortgage lending.
Liquidators have reportedly unearthed a £1 million shortfall following stockbrokers Fyshe Horton Finney’s collapse into administration.
Birmingham stockbrokers Fyshe Horton Finney, which collapsed after nearly 120 years, is back up and running – under the Redmayne Bentley banner.
Entrepreneurs across the West Midlands are poised to help kick-start an economic upturn despite the slow pace of recovery from the depths of recession, says the Queen’s Bank.
The funding arm of Birmingham City Council, has appointed five new members of staff over the last two months.
Cricket teams representing the West Midlands business community will this summer be aiming to land a place in the Edgbaston final of the Warwickshire Taverners Trophy.
Lloyds TSB Commercial Banking has joined forces with manufacturing support group Made In The Midlands to broaden the range of advice and assistance available to ite members.
The Solihull-based Chartered Institute of Payroll Professionals (CIPP) has launched an interactive online payslip tool.
Stratford-based chartered accountancy firm Murphy Salisbury has welcomed a new client service manager to its expanding team.
Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking has appointed Sukhjeeven Nat as a new relationship director within its West Midlands team.
Coutts in Birmingham has appointed Layla Fear as a wealth manager.
Walsall-based Crystal Mortgages’ first quarter figures have eclipsed those from last year, with the company also reporting the most completions in a month since the start of the recession.
Venture capital specialists Midven has appointed Tim Grasby as an investment manager.
Catalyst Corporate Finance was named European Regional Corporate Finance Adviser of the Year at the Private Equity Awards dinner held at the London Hilton on April 16.
A commercial insurance broker has marked its most successful year by expanding its team to support future growth.
Lloyds Banking Group's sale of more than 600 branches to the Co-operative Group has collapsed.
Banking giant HSBC has revealed more than 1,000 job cuts owing to the “changing nature” of the business.
Midland consumers blighted by Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) mis-selling face a second body-blow as the country’s banks stall for time.