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Finance Firms to Spend More on Security as Concern over Cyber Crime Soars

“The rise of more than one third in the number of firms investing in cybersecurity in just 12 months suggests that financial firms are at last waking up to cyber-risks,” says former regulator Vaughan Edwards, now MD of independent regulatory consultancy MediusUK.com.   A number of banks have faced cyber attacks in…

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I often get asked about classy transport for Grooms to arrive at their weddings in style.

The proliferation of classic car shows on TV and the massively popular Facebook groups have made people big fans of the sort of cars that are seldom seen outside of ‘invitation only’ events in Pebble Beach California or Amelia Island Florida. Stuff like the unique one-year-only ’63 Sting Ray and…

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Range Rover – Reborn!

Launched in 1970, Land Rover’s Range Rover was designed with an ambitious goal in mind: to be as functional on-road as it was off-road. Early advertising referred to it as ‘a car for all reasons,’ and buyers agreed, making Range Rover a sales success that continues to this day. Early…

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Peugeot’s new 3008 SUV is Car of the Year

I shall start with a warning. I hear that a gang of thieves are in the area, stealing clothes in size order. Police say they’re still at large. I told this to my mother, but she was only interested in complaining about prices. “£4.50 for a coffee and a biscuit,”…

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Hackers Cut Car’s Engine as it Drives

In an earlier report I wondered if all the extra wifi tech in the latest cars would increase their vulnerability. Sadly that’s now happening; I see that a pair of ‘cybersecurity researchers’ have shown they can use the Internet to control a car engine as it drives, escalating the debate…

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The E-Type’s Back!

Well, 10 E-Types, anyway. Called the Jaguar Classic E-Type Reborn initiative, prospective buyers will be able to purchase a restored classic Jaguar E-Type from the factory. You may remember that the historical arm of Jaguar built several examples of the E-Type Lightweights priced at £1m each, but they were technically…

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The E-Type’s Back!

Well, 10 E-Types, anyway. Called the Jaguar Classic E-Type Reborn initiative, prospective buyers will be able to purchase a restored classic Jaguar E-Type from the factory. You may remember that the historical arm of Jaguar built several examples of the E-Type Lightweights priced at £1m each, but they were technically…

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Hackers Cut Car’s Engine as It Drives

  In an earlier report I wondered if all the extra wifi tech in the latest cars would increase their vulnerability. Sadly that’s now happening; I see that a pair of ‘cybersecurity researchers’ have shown they can use the Internet to control a car engine as it drives, escalating the…

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Peugeot’s new 3008 SUV is Car of the Year. McCann finds it a gripping experience…

I shall start with a warning. I hear that a gang of thieves are in the area, stealing clothes in size order. Police say they’re still at large. I told this to my mother, but she was only interested in complaining about prices. “£4.50 for a coffee and a biscuit,”…

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I often get asked about classy transport for Grooms to arrive at their weddings in style.

The proliferation of classic car shows on TV and the massively popular Facebook groups have made people big fans of the sort of cars that are seldom seen outside of ‘invitation only’ events in Pebble Beach California or Amelia Island Florida. Stuff like the unique one-year-only ’63 Sting Ray and…

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Range Rover – Reborn! We travel to Porte de Versailles, Paris, to witness the unveiling of a British Classic.

Launched in 1970, Land Rover’s Range Rover was designed with an ambitious goal in mind: to be as functional on-road as it was off-road. Early advertising referred to it as ‘a car for all reasons,’ and buyers agreed, making Range Rover a sales success that continues to this day. Early…

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Finance Firms to Spend More on Security as Concern over Cyber Crime Soars

“The rise of more than one third in the number of firms investing in cybersecurity in just 12 months suggests that financial firms are at last waking up cyber-risks”, says former regulator Vaughan Edwards, now MD of independent regulatory consultancy MediusUK.com. A number of banks have faced cyber attacks in recent years,…

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Circuit Historique de Laon: Thousands of classic car drivers...

Located in the middle of Aisne in France, the fine medieval city of Laon lies about 140 kms from Paris, just north of Reims. The hilltop city contains many buildings, including the magnificent Cathedral Notre-Dame, dating mostly from the 12th and 13th centuries. But once each year, the whole city…

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Car Trouble

Finance firms liable for millions of pounds in compensation if regulators decide their products have been mis-sold Britain’s £40bn car finance market could be heading for a crash. Harry Wilson (London Times) reports growing concerns about the reliance on debt to buy vehicles, and fears a mis-selling scandal. Until a…

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Car Trouble: Finance firms liable for millions of pounds in compensation...

Britain’s £40bn car finance market could be heading for a crash. Harry Wilson (London Times) reports growing concerns about the reliance on debt to buy vehicles, and fears a mis-selling scandal. Until a few years ago, most people would go to a bank to get a car loan, or else…

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Sanford Bernstein believes that car manufacturers’ reliance on motor financing could leave them with heavy losses

New FCA Proposal – Tough Rules to Cut Billions from Credit...

Tougher rules to get millions of people out from long-term credit card debt have been proposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) which will require credit card firms to prompt around 3.3 million customers who have been in “persistent debt” for 18 months to make faster payments, reports Roger Baird…

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Finance Firms to Spend More on Security as Concern over Cyber...

“The rise of more than one third in the number of firms investing in cybersecurity in just 12 months suggests that financial firms are at last waking up to cyber-risks”, says former regulator Vaughan Edwards, now MD of independent regulatory consultancy MediusUK.com. A number of banks have faced cyber attacks in recent…

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Harrington Brooks is Granted Full Authorisation by the Financial...

The new process for authorisation introduced when the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) took over the regulation of consumer credit firms is significantly more rigorous than the previous OFT regulatory process. As part of its new regime, the FCA now requires debt management firms to meet a set of conditions that include…

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Kaplan Joins ‘Leading Edge Only’ to Promote Innovation in...

  Global leadership and professional development organisation Kaplan are continuing to encourage and grow their innovation community by partnering with Leading Edge Only (LEO). Kaplan’s leadership and professional development programmes enhance the technical competence and behavioural confidence of an organisations biggest asset, their people. Kaplan offer a learning partnership that…

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Dubai Judgement Could Serve to Hold Banking Business in London

London’s role in the legal underpinning of financial markets is a point often forgotten amid all the Brexit talk about relocation, says Times business commentator Harry Wilson, and when something goes wrong there is about a 40 per cent chance that a case will end up in an English court….

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The Bank ‘Challengers’ who Want Your Savings

A new interest-rate war is on the horizon, with challenger banks testing the complacency of traditional high street names, reports David Byers in The Times. When Charter offered 1.6 per cent interest on a one-year bond it was quickly overtaken by Atom Bank, an app-based institution that will pay 2…

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Rover – Reborn!

This time we travel to Porte de Versailles, Paris, to witness the unveiling of a British Classic.                               Launched in 1970, Land Rover’s Range Rover was designed with an ambitious goal in mind: to be as…

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European Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference Reveals...

A highlight of this year’s European Temperature Controlled Logistics Conference at ExCel London was a behind-the-scenes look at how British monitoring solutions were bringing world-class control of temperature, humidity, shock and vibration to operations as diverse as a horticultural project 4000 feet up a Malaysian mountain and the conservation of…

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New Digital Sales Outlet Launched for The IMC Group’s Hanwell,...

UK-based Environmental monitoring experts The IMC Group have given an extra boost to their well-known international customer service by adding a digital ‘just-in-time’ ordering facility. Customers are now able to browse, select, order and pay for a vast range of environmental monitoring products 24/7 with ultra-fast delivery when requested. Anything…

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FINANCIAL SERVICES – 2017 Predictions

Many Financial Services experts agree that we start 2017 not knowing where it will lead. Article 50, the potential chaos of the new US administration’s deregulation, the challenges of identity for PSD2, the roll out of new digital banks… it’s either scary or exciting depending upon your mindset.   What…

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Al Ain Fertility Center

Case Study  Hanwell technology chosen by world-class medical facility     The Al Ain Fertility Center (AAFC) provides a wide range of fertility services and treatmentsin UAE to the highest European and American approved quality standards and offers the most advanced techniques of assisted reproduction such as ICSI, PGD, PGS…

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What’s it like to Work in the Energy Sector?

We meet Dan Jackson… Name: Daniel Jackson Job Title: Process & Sustainability Consultant Company: www.CarbonArchitecture.co.uk  Highest Level Qualification: MEng Chemical Engineering           How did you end up in this job? I studied Chemical Engineering at Manchester University. During my time there I gained sponsorship from Procter…

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