AIM, which was set up in 1995, continues to prosper despite serious concerns about its future following the financial crisis of 2008/09. In short, it is now in rude health. Nigels Hawkins explores.
The failure of accounting bodies around the world to adopt a consistent reporting method means that the derivation of operational cashflows, is anything but simple and consistent.
…and, after it happens, it was inevitable”. Keith Hiscock investigates MiFID II’s implications for capital markets.
Let me own up. In the not too distant past I was Head of Research at one of the more successful mid and small cap brokers. I have also been an analyst at ‘bulge bracket’ investments banks and even a fund manager. Thus I have seen the way in which the role of the research […]