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Category: Corporate & Institutional Broking News

WHIreland appointed Corporate Broker to Cognosec AB

We are delighted to have been appointed as Corporate Broker to Cognosec AB. Cognosec AB (Publ) is engaged in providing cyber resilience solutions and conducts its operations through presences in…

Bank of England on hold amid lower UK growth and inflation

Today sees another ‘Super Thursday’ from the Bank of England (BoE) with the publication at noon of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decision on UK interest rates, together with a…

The New World of MiFID II – Unintended Consequences

The QCA/Peel Hunt Mid & Small Cap Investor Survey 2018 brings together the views of 100 UK-based fund managers with a small and mid-size company focus. The results indicate that…

New QCA Corporate Governance Code released

The QCA have released a new edition of the QCA Corporate Governance Code. The new and updated version of the QCA Corporate Governance Code includes 10 corporate governance principles that…

Supporting returners: our partnership with The Return Hub

We were delighted to have started work in 2017 with The Return Hub, initially seeking an additional member of our Investor Forum team. We were looking for someone who could…

WHIreland appointed Nomad and Sole Broker to Action Hotels plc

We are delighted to have been appointed as Nominated Adviser and Sole Broker to Action Hotels plc, the leading owner, developer and asset manager of branded three and four-star hotels…

UK Equity Issuance showed a ‘Referendum Bounce’ in 2017 but as always, quality is key

The Corporate & Institutional Broking team works hard to understand the market environment in which our corporate and institutional clients operate in order to help these clients to navigate and…

A week for central bankers – Asset TV Investor

With the G20 meeting in Buenos Aires and Jay Powell's first press conference as Fed Chair it promises to be a busy week. Asset TV caught up with Mike Ingram…

Market update: Spring Statement 2018 – Lower Debt vs. the ‘Brexit’ Bill

It’s a Statement, not a Manifesto. Unlike the November Budget, Philip Hammond is determined that today’s Statement will not be a ‘fiscal event’.There will be no announced tax rises or…

Market update: Mario Draghi, the Last Dove?

A little over two months into 2018 and we are having to fundamentally re-appraise what we thought we knew about how central banks make decisions.  Simply put, this ‘reaction function’…