UK Companies

Women managers earn £12K less than fellow men

Female managers are earning an average £12,000 less than their male counterparts, new research shows. Analysis of the salaries of the UK’s 3.3 million managers by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and XpertHR found the gender pay gap now stands at 26.8%. The gap – which includes salary and bonuses, as well as perks such as car allowance and commission ...

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Europe’s top venture capital investors by country – CB Insights » Banking Technology

Europe is home to prominent start-up and innovation hubs like Berlin, Stockholm and London, with more tech hubs, such as Zurich and Paris, on the horizon. CB Insights has mapped the top venture capital (VC) investors in Europe by country, based on number of portfolio companies the investor had backed. The research company analysed the most active investors in the ...

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Gender pay gap: female managers earn £12,000 less than male colleagues

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks at the United Nations Reuters/Lucas Jackson LONDON – Female managers earn £12,000 less than their male counterparts, according to new research published on Monday. Analysis based on new reporting regulations reveals that the gender pay gap for UK managers now stands at 26.8% — an average of £11,606 per year. That is nearly £3,000 worse ...

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Employment mobility and house prices

We know that the ability of individuals to move round the country freely for employment has been a very important part of UK life for many years. So-called employment mobility ensures that those with the required skills are able to match those skills with companies around the UK. The growth in the UK rental market ensured that in theory there ...

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Imagination Technologies’ Chinese suitor on hunt for fresh UK deals

The boss of the Chinese-backed private equity firm behind a proposed £550m takeover of Imagination Technologies is already eyeing further acquisition opportunities in the UK. Ray Bingham, partner at Canyon Bridge, told The Daily Telegraph that there are other British technology businesses that it is looking at and the firm is in the process of raising more money from investors. ...

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Carillion faces crunch week as woes mount

UK contractor Carillion is in talks with a host of Middle Eastern construction companies to sell a chunk of its overseas business as it embarks on a radical cost-cutting and disposal plan aimed at salvaging the stricken company. The construction and support services group, which built London’s Tate Modern art gallery and Oman’s Royal Opera House and employs 50,000 people ...

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Ask the Experts: The Brexit effect on UK production | Features

With the British public voting to leave the European Union, Broadcast TECH asks five industry experts to predict what a post-Brexit future might hold for the UK production sector. While opinions differ, it’s an overwhelmingly negative picture.  NIALL DUFFY, Chief marketing officer, VIRTUAL AI The most likely impact of a ‘hard Brexit’ will be a further decline in sterling and ...

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UK Tax Round Up – September 2017 | Proskauer Rose LLP

UK Tax News and Developments Finance (No 2) Bill 2017 The second Finance Bill of 2017, known as Finance (No 2) Bill 2017, has now been published. As expected, this contains most of the provisions which were dropped from the first Finance Bill of 2017 due to the condensed parliamentary timetable once the June 2017 general election was called. In ...

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