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East Mids records biggest increase in fraud levels across the UK

The value of reported fraud in the East Midlands has climbed 1,144 per cent to £45.3m in the first half of 2015, representing the...

Northants company gets a lift with Aldermore deal

Lifting Systems, the Northants company specialising in the erection and testing of overhead cranes and structures, has agreed a new finance facility with Aldermore. ...

EIB announces £280m investment in Rolls-Royce

The European Investment Bank (EIB), has agreed to support the research and development of Rolls-Royce aero engines through a £280m long-term loan. This loan...

Derby firms support Mel Morris on Rams takeover

Derby County FC’s chairman Mel Morris has turned to the advice of two of Derby’s leading professional service firms to complete the purchase of...

New recruit adds Steele to law firm

Solicitor Grace Steele, who has been a partner with three law firms, has joined East Midlands legal company Ellis-Fermor & Negus.
Steele graduated from Sheffield University and has had more than 25 years experience working in the East Midlands.She specialises in inheritance tax planning, wills and trusts, administration of probate, and powers of attorney.She is a chartered tax adviser and a member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.“When I heard Ellis-Fermor & Negus had an opportunity at their rapidly-expanding office in Belper I was delighted to join the company,” she said.“Ellis-Fermor & Negus are very people-friendly and their focus is on serving the local clients who often see them as their family solicitor which has been exactly my approach over my career.”

Business owners taking longer to sell, says Wesson

Business owners looking to sell are keeping hold of their businesses longer, according to one local finance expert. Alistair Wesson, senior partner at Mazars in the East Midlands, says that t...

SPECIAL REPORT: The road to exit

The economy on the up, the market is buoyant and mergers and acquisitions are very much back on the agenda. But how do you...

Grant Thornton hire largest intake of trainees in Leicester

The Leicester office of accountancy firm Grant Thornton UK has made its largest intake of new trainees with eight joining the firm’s programme this...

CommonTime secures £800,000 funding from University of Derby

The University of Derby’s Invest to Grow programme has awarded Derby-based company, CommonTime, £800,000. The software company, based at Pride Park in Derby, will...

D2N2 opens up funding pot for rural businesses

Almost one million pounds is being made available to small rural businesses across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire looking to develop, as part of the D2N2...
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