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The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), the world’s second-largest sovereign wealth fund, owns assets worth over $773bn.
One customer had thousands stolen by fraudsters
Some good news for the troubled bank’s investors
Regrets… and some finger-pointing
The state-owned bank has just reported its seventh consecutive loss
The share index closed at 6,949.63, beating the previous record close of 6,930.2
It’s no exaggeration to say that Morrisons began 2015 on an appalling note.
Beleaguered payday lender Wonga is planning to cull 325 jobs, more than a third of its workforce, in a bid to save £25m.
Bankers were going to be made more accountable – but now they’re not (sort of)
As inflation rates fall, wages surge ahead of prices
The bank’s 2014 results are pretty eye-opening
Private equity chiefs using “government-sponsored tax avoidance”, to save £700m a year, investigation finds
Research highlights the money pipeline between political parties and private equity houses
It’s not even four years old, yet it could be valued at $19bn
And the business isn’t even five years old
HSBC bank’s Geneva offices have been raided by the police today as part of a money-laundering inquiry.
Entrepreneur Anthony Eskinazi on creating the most successful campaign in Crowdcube’s history
Businesses in 30 countries targeted in “very slick” heist
Why didn’t HMRC act on the information?
Which parties are encountering turbulence? Who’s on the war path? Is anyone winning? Here’s what’s been happening
This table proves it
Revelations about world’s second largest bank mean difficult questions for UK government
Hedge funds vs Investment bankers – the fight is on
Chancellor comes under fierce criticism from traditional allies
“The biggest banking leak in history”: How HSBC helped royals, entrepreneurs and David Bowie "hide millions" in Switzerland
Explosive investigation lifts the lid on banking practices from 2005-2007
Accountancy firm condemned by Public Accounts Committee
What took it so long?
Jack Ma slips down to third place
Hurrah! The UK’s biggest companies have made “enormous progress” in representation of women on their boards.
The fastest gravy train in history