John Cryan is to take over as chairman of Man Group after Ian Livingston announced his attention to quit the world’s largest listed hedge fund group after less than four years in the role. Mr Cryan, a
The best of The Telegraph in audio: How the PM boxed in Nigel Farage and who is to blame for the BA strike chaos?
Every Friday the Telegraph will bring you a selection of our best articles, comment pieces and features in audio form to be listened to at your convenience. Associate Editor Camilla Tominey explains how
There are some takeover bids that right from the outset look so obviously doomed that you wonder why the protagonists bothered to launch them in the first place. My all time favourite in this regard was
Financial Conduct Authority signals that £30bn bid for the LSE would struggle to win official approval
Britain’s financial watchdog has privately signalled that the shock £30bn approach for the London Stock Exchange from Hong Kong would struggle to win official approval. In hastily convened discussions
Long ago in my investment banking days I had a glimpse into the mind of the British Airways long-haul pilot. Chatting to an attendant on a flight from London to Delhi, I let slip what I did for a living.
U.K. exchange operator says it has ‘fundamental concerns’ about the price and strategic aim of the proposed deal LONDON— London Stock Exchange LSE 3.61% Group PLC took a swipe at Hong Kong Exchanges and
London Stock Exchange Group on Friday rejected a $36.6bn bid from Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, saying it had “fundamental concerns” about the price and Hong Kong’s long-term future as a financial
Investors who like their ETFs simple and cheap have some new choices for covering the Canadian market
The uncontested benchmark for the Canadian stock market is the S&P/TSX Composite Index, but a growing number of exchange-traded funds and index funds are following a different path. To save money, they’re