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  • European Court of Justice on Skandia America Corp ("SAC") will add substantial costs to financial services businesses
    Gary Campbell, tax partner at Deloitte, comments on the “The CJEU judgement in Skandia America Corp (“SAC”).
  • Differing fortunes for law firms in first quarter
    The top 100 UK law firms achieved a fee income increase of 6.1%, compared with the same quarter last year, according to the latest quarterly legal sector survey from Deloitte.
  • Deloitte comments on latest ONS retail sales figures
    Ian Geddes, UK head of retail at Deloitte, comments on today’s ONS retail sales figures.
  • Deloitte chief economist – UK seeing “job-rich recovery”
    The UK is seeing a job-rich recovery driven by a boom in private sector hiring and self-employment. For every job lost in the public sector in the last year, 3.7 jobs have been created in the private sector
  • Cash reserves of EMEA’s listed companies hit new high – but ‘pivot point’ will herald wave of investment
    Listed companies across Europe, the Middle East and Africa have built up cash reserves of almost €1 trillion (€963 billion), according to a new report by Deloitte.
  • Mamas & Papas (Retail) Limited creditors approve CVA proposals
    The creditors of Mamas & Papas (Retail) Limited (“Mamas & Papas”), the premium nursery retailer, have voted through the proposed landlord Company Voluntary Arrangements
  • Deloitte invests over £30m to create 338 high-value jobs in Belfast
    Deloitte in Belfast is investing more than £30m over the next five years creating a further 338 jobs across a range of services including technology.
  • IPO investments deliver 5.5% higher return than the FTSE 100, ahead of a bumper H2
    The 28 IPOs listed so far this year outperformed the FTSE 100 by 5.5%, according to research by Deloitte.
  • UK new car market growth shows no signs of slowing down
    David Raistrick, UK Automotive Leader at Deloitte comments on the latest car registration figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, which show a 9.4% increase to 72,163 units compared with August 2013.
  • FTSE 100 companies respond to new disclosure regulations and voting regime
    More than three quarters of FTSE 100 companies have made changes to their remuneration arrangements in the past 12 months, as companies respond to shareholder expectations and the Government’s new rules on disclosure and voting.
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