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Denis Tikhonov — the Head of the Department of Economic Policy and Development of Moscow — has participated in “Creating the cities of the future: where to start?” session of the Eastern Economic Forum. He announced that nowadays global competition between cities for human and investment capital is raging and Russian megacities are expected to meet this challenge.
Insolvency Practitioners, KSA Group Limited, has found that companies with mixed boards are less likely to become insolvent than those with all-male boards and all-female boards. The study looked at the insolvency rate of the UK's 1.5m companies, with 2 or more directors in the last 12 months to June 2019 taken from companies house.
The TALL Group of Companies, the UK's leading provider of secure electronic and paper payments solutions is working with a growing number of high street banks that have all signed up as early adopters of UCN Plus®, in a move designed to strengthen the industry's protection against cheque fraud within the UK payments systems.
Four loyal employees from TALL Security Print in Runcorn are celebrating a special anniversary – 25 years each with the company.
In a move designed to strengthen the cheque industry's protection against payment fraud, the TALL Group of Companies, the UK's leading provider of secure electronic and paper payments solutions, has announced that it will make its unique UCN Plus® cheque fraud prevention tool available across the accredited cheque printing sector, at no charge.
High Street Residential has secured £49.7 million forward funding deal with Cording Real Estate Group.
High Street Residential's Birmingham development, on the site of the former Kent Street Baths, will be forward funded by Cording Real Estate Group for £49.7 million. Cording, a member of the Edmond de Rothschild Real Estate investment management platform, has secured the fourth site as part of its £400 million Cording UK Residential Investment Fund.
The fund, which invests in the private rented sector (PRS) on behalf of Continental European investors is a key partner for the High Street Group.