Here, we present an investigation of four UK taxes – CGT, VAT, Inheritance Tax and Income Tax in relation to purchases of physical forms of gold and silver.
Jaxson Hind explores the current financial state of UK households
Kennedys has posted an 8% revenue increase alongside announcing the merger with Manchester firm Berg.
City banks are planning to move jobs and businesses away from London following the UK’s exit from the European Union. We may start seeing the impact of Brexit on the City in the coming months; banks and financial firms are…
Juliana Ruseva explores the field of digital currencies and the legal framework behind them.
Simmons & Simmons have released disappointing retention rates for autumn qualifiers after keeping on just 50 per cent of trainees. Of the 24 trainees that started two years previous, only 17 applied for newly-qualified (NQ) positions, of which 13 received…
The 19th annual Legal Business Awards took place last night at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, which recognise the outstanding work of individuals, teams and firms within the legal industry. The awards acknowledge the work of UK lawyers working…
Bethany Bradley reviews the up-to-date version of Know the City by Christopher Stokes, a book about finance and the financial markets.
Shér-Muhammad Khan and Anthony De Freitas discuss large-block shareholdings in companies and the wider issues of corporate strategy and governance.
Josh Page considers whether the law should allow bankers' bonuses of the size we are used to seeing in the light of the financial crisis.