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The second class pool reopening at Moseley Road Baths in 2012

World Monuments Fund boost to Moseley Road Baths campaign

Century-old pool is identified as one of 50 global sites of international importance which are under threat

Bushell Smith Harman owner Richard Harman (left) and Alistair Hayward-Wright, founder of Hayward Wright Accountant Group

Hayward Wright acquires Bushell Smith Harman

Redditch accountancy practice starts process of expansion with buyout of Olton-based firm

Andy Street was given the president's award by Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce

Selfridges and Andy Street take home chamber awards

Department store, law firm and recruitment consultancy among the winners at the Greater Birmingham Chamber ceremony

West Midlands benefits from European investment more than UK average

Over a six-year period,  the West Midlands received £239.5 million in European Social Fund grants and £315.9 million in European Regional Development Fund grants

Lloyds confirms Birmingham branch closures

Trio of banks will shut during the summer as the company continues reduction programme which will also see back office roles in Wolverhampton go

Lloyds to axe 600 jobs and offshore IT to India

Back office staff in Wolverhampton among those offices affected by shock announcement from high street banking giant

Handelsbanken has expanded its presence at Two Colmore Square

Handelsbanken expands Birmingham base

Midlands HQ of Swedish banking group extends commitment to Birmingham city centre with seven-year lease

BYPY 2015 winner Katie Kershaw at last year's award ceremony

BYPY 2016: See who is judging Birmingham's top young professionals

Meet the judging panel for this year's BPS flagship awards

From left: David White, Alex Hyde, both Grant Thornton, Neil Cartwright, Matthew Farrow, both Purplebricks, and Natalie Gladwin, Grant Thornton

Purplebricks appoints Grant Thornton as growth adviser

Birmingham office of financial services firm working with Solihull estate agency on new chapter after flotation

Partner Paul Jones, next to a portrait of his father Deryck, is retiring from JW Hinks after 36 years

JW Hinks partner retires after three decades

Paul Jones joined the Edgbaston-based practice in 1980 and advised on issues including compliance and corporate finance

Jobs threat as dozens of Midland Royal Bank of Scotland branches to close or cut hours

A total of 600 jobs are expected to go with 32 branches closed and opening hours cut at others in the latest jobs cull at the state-backed lender

Ryan Duffy has joined Deloitte in Birmingham from South Africa

Deloitte recruits new partner from South Africa

Ryan Duffy brings international experience to firm's Midlands team in Birmingham to boost audit team

West Bromwich Albion have enjoyed another successful year off the pitch

West Bromwich Albion show stable footing in latest financial results

Player sales affect pre-tax profit but increased media activity underpins £9.5m turnover increase at The Hawthorns

Brindleyplace has attracted international investment

UK investors 'most prominent' in Birmingham

Almost 60 per cent of property transactions carried out in the city have been done by UK-based institutions

Lex Autolease opened in Coventry in 2014 but now looks set to close

100 jobs under threat as Lloyds quits car sales arm

Sites in Oldbury and Coventry are set to close after bank pulls the plug on its remarketing and selling operations in the region

Guests enjoy dinner during Birmingham Young Professional of the Year 2015

BYPY 2016: The 18 category finalists and Aspiring Talent Award shortlists have been revealed

Find out who the top 18 young professionals in Birmingham are now - in partnership with BYPY

The Drum arts centre in Aston set to close down after funding crisis

The centre, which has been running for 22 years, needs new funding if it is to be saved

Paul Lynam, chief executive of Secure Trust Bank

Birmingham Post Power 250: Finance

The ten people listed as the most influential in the West Midlands from the world of finance

Redditch United chairman Chris Swan at the team’s Valley Park home.

£900k boost to plans to make Redditch United the West Midlands' next league club

Major investment boost ahead of plans to create a new fully-fledged professional outfit in the region

Birmingham online retailer at centre of FBI probe falls into administration

Rednal-based firm hit by 'significant trading difficulties' over a number of years as administrators start hunt for a new owner

Videos & Photos

Richard Beverley, Freeths; Lord Digby Jones; Lee Clifford, Freeths.

Lord Digby Jones tackles issues at law firm's event

The second class pool reopening at Moseley Road Baths in 2012

World Monuments Fund boost to Moseley Road Baths campaign

Shelley Yeomans, Pinsent Mason; Charlotte Bell, Bell Cornwall; Rachel Chapman, Pinsent Mason, attend Bell Cornwall Recruitment's anniversary party at Opus.

Birmingham recruitment firm celebrates ninth anniversary

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Graeme Brown
Editor (Agenda and Business)
Enda Mullen
Business Reporter
Tamlyn Jones
Business Reporter
Neil Elkes
Local Government Correspondent
Emma McKinney
Education Correspondent
Ben Hurst
News Editor
Jonathan Walker
Political Editor