Misys IPO struggles to stay on the road

Investors not convinced by growth storyRead more

Galaxy Note recall burns hole in Samsung earnings

Smartphone maker reports lowest operatinRead more

The winners and losers from the oil price slump

Opec has taken a bigger share of the marRead more

Insurance veteran fears sector skills gap

The industry struggles to attract millenRead more

Apple’s profits in China down by almost a fifth

Reversal from previous year will fuel coRead more

‘Milestone’ for Tesla as it posts surprise profit

Shares race ahead after electric car makRead more

Wall Street cautious after disappointing earnings

Oil prices choppy in wake of inventoriesRead more

Gazprom and Brussels agree to settle dispute

Draft deal a rare example of Moscow andRead more

FCA / Lloyds / IPOs

Andrew Bailey has launched a consultatioRead more

Row looms as regulator demands Heathrow hold charges flat

Airlines want Heathrow to promise it wilRead more

Palantir considers IPO and predicts profit in 2017

Data analytics start-up’s possible flotaRead more

Bank safety and the blockchain revolution

Distributed ledgers might offer savingsRead more

Bank safety and the blockchain revolution

Distributed ledgers might offer savingsRead more

IAG boosted by BA pension deal

New contribution agreement would give UKRead more

Lloyds — PPI in the sky

Robust earnings soothe the pain of a cosRead more

Conduct risk issues lurk for UK banks after PPI

Mis-selling scandal has cost the UK’s laRead more

Boeing lifts targets on jet deliveries and revenue

US aerospace group expects to supply upRead more

Airbus / Boeing: parabolic flight

Order backlogs are stable, but investorsRead more

Olive oil prices set for pressing times

Climate change and global demand lead toRead more

Ex-Tata chairman claims dismissal is ‘illegal’

Mistry attacks predecessor’s record andRead more

Nintendo: switch focus

The shift in software strategy matters mRead more

Airbus ‘master’ salesman eyes 2018 retirement

John Leahy has played a key role in secuRead more

Santander enjoys solid quarter

Spanish bank beats earnings expectationsRead more

Chinese military drone maker seeks to go public

Defence group cashes in on demand in marRead more

Oilfield services groups stem large-scale job cuts

Slowdown in employment losses is latestRead more

Airbus reports 21% drop in earnings

Deliveries of group’s new jet are beingRead more

Lloyds signals end of PPI payouts with final £1bn

Shares fall after bank’s third-quarter pRead more

Clydesdale in last-ditch bid for RBS branches

Approach is latest twist in a seven-yearRead more

Apple shifts focus to services business

Executives look to App Store and contentRead more

Apple and Google hampered in luring Samsung buyers

iPhone customers told they must wait upRead more

Alphabet halts plans to expand fibre networks

Freeze in eight cities for business onceRead more

HNA’s dizzying expansion raises questions

Leverage scrutinised after China conglomRead more

HNA’s dizzying expansion raises questions

Leverage scrutinised after China conglomRead more

Apple: the veneer term

Timing tricks and services revenues willRead more

WhatsApp rejects criticism of new privacy policy

Co-founder says Facebook-owned app wantsRead more

Wells offers reprieve to former workers

New chief apologises for bank’s failuresRead more

Apple expects return to revenue growth in fourth quarter

Boost from strong demand for iPhone 7 asRead more

SoftBank plans multibillion-dollar buys

Chief Son says information revolution isRead more

Anglo American: coal, coal heart

Group faces decision to sell biggest winRead more

China tech groups to share data in anti-fraud drive

Beijing tackles fake online reviews butRead more

Monte dei Paschi: on the meds

The Italian bank’s restructuring plan loRead more

Image recognition start-up takes on tech giants

Clarifai raises $30m to develop technoloRead more

Stolen innocence in a world of corporate passwords

What was once considered secure is now vRead more

Will passengers end up paying for Heathrow’s expansion?

BA parent IAG warns that increasing charRead more

IBM apologises for Australia census debacle

Company says turning router off and on cRead more

Monte dei Paschi to cut jobs in survival plan

Italian bank’s new chief Marco Morelli sRead more

GKN flags slower growth in automotive and aerospace

FTSE 100 engineer reports 21% sales incrRead more

X2’s epic fail

Davis’s vehicle has bought nothing and hRead more

Yorkshire mine funded by Australia’s richest woman

Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting willRead more

China orders regulators to curb property lending

Central government steps in to deal withRead more

Syngenta reassures investors on ChemChina deal

Swiss group confident $44bn takeover wilRead more

Payments: interloping antelope

US banks need to beat disrupters with aRead more

Embraer to pay $205m after US-Brazil bribery probe

Plane maker settles claims it paid milliRead more

Western banks resigned to Asia’s low deal fee culture

The most profitable opportunities are noRead more

Chinese banks raise capital for debt swap deals

China Construction Bank seeks outside inRead more

Wells TV ad campaign aims to rebuild damaged brand

Bank’s new chief Tim Sloan seeks to recoRead more

Boost for Glencore on thermal coal price deal

Price highlights dramatic change in fortRead more

Wells Fargo and RBS / Cobham / Microsoft

Bank bosses do not need to encourage higRead more

Wells Fargo and RBS / Cobham / Microsoft

Bank bosses do not need to encourage higRead more

Key US oil pipeline hit by outage

Key US oil pipeline hit by outageRead more

PDVSA bags bond swap but doubts remain

PDVSA bags bond swap but doubts remainRead more

Petra Diamonds: rough cut

Pledge to cut capital expenditure must bRead more

Air France to get new chief to boost union relations

Frédéric Gagey will become finance direcRead more

Syngenta: finding chemistry

ChemChina very likely has not given up oRead more

Iran: Inside the battle to succeed Khamenei

Reformists and hardliners vie to influenRead more

Syngenta shares hit by fears of ChemChina deal delay

Chinese group has chosen not to submit cRead more

Cobham: think smaller

Critics of diversification have been givRead more

Philips enjoys bump from China as Europe stalls

Dutch group warns of political instabiliRead more

RBS incentivised fee-based accounts pre-crisis

City watchdog has urged UK banks to imprRead more

Bankers’ pay remains out of kilter with reality

Excessive remuneration is still a cancerRead more

S Korea’s Hanjin looks to sell European business

Beleaguered shipping group accelerates aRead more

Cobham shares slide 13% on fresh profit warning

FTSE 250 defence group issues third warnRead more

Barclays’ Africa split estimated to cost up to £1bn

Terms of split could prove expensive oveRead more

Brussels nears antitrust settlement with Gazprom

Deal likely to prompt backlash from eastRead more

Deutsche’s US arm faces fresh legal fight

Case to proceed that pits bank against iRead more

Germany’s Mittelstand adds new data to old technology

Everyday tools are given new purpose witRead more

Rockwell Collins in $6.4bn deal for B/E Aerospace

Slowing commercial aerospace market putsRead more

Rolls-Royce bucks pension trend with surplus

UK workers get retirement boost while otRead more

India launches race to build fighter jet

Deal to supply air force rates among worRead more

Glencore sell-offs bore through debt burden

Group’s turnround drive pays off, but muRead more

Prepare for the US post-election natural-gas war

The enemies of pipeliners are plotting tRead more

New protections for pension savers

Regulator to receive new powers over masRead more

GE cuts forecasts amid oil and gas weakness

US manufacturer’s revenues and operatingRead more

The man entrusted to explain the Saudi shift

When the energy minister calls an end toRead more

Heathrow: you cannot keep politics out of planning

Decisions are only made when the consequRead more

Bombardier to cut more than 10% of workforce

Canadian plane and train maker pushes ahRead more

Profit warnings: freaky Thursday

Sometimes, it really is just a coincidenRead more

Financial treasures and terrors lurk in your attic

Being disorganised can be a symptom of dRead more

Shell to sell Canadian shale assets for $1bn

Anglo-Dutch group needs to reduce borrowRead more

BHP Billiton digs deep to close gender gap

Miner says aim for women to make up halfRead more

Russian gas pipeline threatens European unity

Gazprom’s Nord Stream 2 tests EU credibiRead more

Brazil files homicide charges over Samarco disaster

19 people died when a dam collapsed lastRead more

Morgan Stanley eyes record $120m fee from Monsanto

Bank set to receive the highest sum forRead more

Pioneering spirit America would do well to revive

For centuries millions moved to find worRead more

Nasser steps down as BHP Billiton chairman

Australian tells shareholders he stayedRead more

Carlos Ghosn stakes his reputation on Mitsubishi

Some analysts question whether he can haRead more

Heathrow vows to curb charges during runway build

Airport seeks to reassure airlines aboutRead more

Switch in mood as investors go bullish on NatGas

Biggest long position in more than two yRead more

Oil producers optimistic that the slump is over

But companies are divided over whether aRead more

Lufthansa shares jump as airline raises profit target

German group bounces back from July warnRead more

Glencore unloads Australia coal haulage business

Swiss group hits asset disposal target wRead more

Reckitt Benckiser / Saudi bond / Laird

Multinational group’s corporate cultureRead more

Exxon backs ‘serious action’ on climate change

US oil group seeks to shed its image asRead more

Analysts dismiss ‘carbon bubble’ warning

IHS Markit says climate change threat toRead more

Exxon CEO dismisses supply crunch fears

US oil chief argues that the viability oRead more

BHP Billiton aims for 50% of workforce to be women

Anglo-Australian miner says better gendeRead more

Essar sale a push to address India banking issues

Deal with Rosneft also shows difficultyRead more

Travis Perkins issues profit warning

UK’s largest builders’ merchant to closeRead more

Insurers team up to study benefits of blockchain

Evaluation to look at whether technologyRead more

Treasury abandons flagship Osborne reform on pensions

Plans for sale of retirement annuities rRead more

Thermal coal prices hit $100 a tonne

Benchmark prices in Asia have doubled siRead more

Towns where Clinton must dig deep for support

Despite a $30bn pledge to revitalise AppRead more

Ryanair: cutting fayres

Irish airline’s shares have done less baRead more

Ryanair cuts profit forecast on weak pound

Airline says situation could worsen if sRead more

One person dies in blast at BASF chemicals site

German group shuts down 14 facilities afRead more

Doug Oberhelman to retire from Caterpillar

Management shake-up follows prolonged doRead more

Johnson Matthey upbeat on battery division

UK group targets decade of rising salesRead more

Johnson Matthey upbeat on battery division

UK group targets decade of rising salesRead more

Carmakers fear effects of Brexit tariffs

Suppliers say uncertainty over trade agrRead more

Kenya Airways’ chairman to step down this year

Announcement comes as crisis at lossmakiRead more

Sinking ships are surprisingly good news

There is a lifeboat on the horizon for cRead more

Liberty House to reopen Kent steel works

Group that tried to buy Tata Steel UK plRead more

Sinochem and ChemChina in merger talks

Talks over a merger could complicate CheRead more

Pensioners could win payout after FCA annuity probe

A number of providers failed customers aRead more

Copper falls on China trade activity concerns

Weakening demand for metals hits sharesRead more

Applied Graphene strikes fishing rods deal

Century Composites deal reflects wider aRead more

Insurtech companies cosy up to customers

Half of incumbents believe they will losRead more

Why companies punish you for loyalty

Being faithful to your bank, insurer orRead more

Modi and Putin to meet as old alliance drifts

Brics summit gives leaders chance to revRead more

Kenya Airways raises stakes in pilot row

Government joins calls for planned stoppRead more

China rethinks developing world largesse

An end to risky bets on the ‘red elephanRead more

Kito to bid for German cranemaker Stahl

Japanese group wants to increase its preRead more

Hard targets to dump boardroom Trumps

Evidence is building that companies withRead more

Monarch secures new funds and licence

Controlling shareholder Greybull CapitalRead more

UK-China flights to double under new deal

Number of air services permitted to riseRead more

GE pays $1.65bn for LM Wind Power

Purchase of turbine group strengthens grRead more

Airbus threatens to sue Poland

France warns of diplomatic consequencesRead more

Old Mutual receives approaches for UK unit

Analysts value British operation at £3bnRead more

Alcoa misses Q3 forecasts ahead of split

Aluminium group kicks off earnings seasoRead more

BHP and Newcrest battle for SolGold stake

Global miners keen to forge partnershipRead more

Sompo deal reveals Japan’s overseas thirst

Tokyo insurer seeks to diversify earningRead more

Miami Phil faces Mitie challenges

Running a low-margin outsourcer will beRead more

M&G looks to Luxembourg after Brexit vote

Asset manager plans to build a new invesRead more

Boeing lands Qatar deal for up to $18.6bn

Order comes as weak global market threatRead more

Boeing lands Qatar deal for up to $18.6bn

Order comes as weak global market threatRead more

GKN warns of job losses

230 workers sent home and warned that thRead more

Carlyle buys Total’s Atotech business

Private equity group beats rivals as FreRead more

Tuifly grounded by mass pilot absences

Tie-up plans with Air Berlin in disarrayRead more

Avolon in $10bn deal for CIT leasing unit

Leasing group says buyout will expand flRead more

Japan fires blanks in campaign to sell arms

Dearth of orders prompts change of tackRead more

Aviation global warming pact wins go-ahead

Airlines back UN accord to offset emissiRead more

NN Group/Delta Lloyd: Mo’ money no problems

Bid for peer that has completed two righRead more

RHI shuns UK incorporation after Brexit

Enlarged group decides against British rRead more

Chinese groups eye bids for Osram

Focus on German LED maker highlights groRead more

Ahlsell plans largest Swedish IPO in years

Plumbing and tools wholesaler to list inRead more

Osram: seriously

Lightbulb maker’s reported bidder is unlRead more

Insurance disrupters need to hold advantage

Industry asking how innovative are the eRead more

EasyJet: the blame Dame

The low-cost carrier is expanding capaciRead more

MetLife eyes business disposal over IPO

Insurer lays out plans for Brighthouse FRead more

Quit the EU gently to protect UK workers

May should not take the quack Brexit remRead more

Blue Origin tests rocket escape system

Jeff Bezos’s company moves closer to putRead more

NN Group launches bid for Delta Lloyd

The biggest insurer in the Netherlands lRead more

Sompo Holdings: unendurable future

Buying unreasonable growth at an unreasoRead more

Sompo agrees $6.3bn Endurance takeover

Japanese insurer’s purchase of Bermuda-bRead more

Perth’s slide highlights commodity bust

Destruction of ‘Taj on the Swan’ mansionRead more

IFC offers yield carrot for investors

World Bank arm aims to tempt institutionRead more

Australia toughens up on errant bankers

Tighter rules and criminal penalties forRead more

Tech to drive down car insurance premiums

Study says driverless cars, better dataRead more

KAL/Hanjin: abandon ships

The airline should abandon its founderinRead more

Lanxess: wise child

Buying Chemtura looks shrewd and affordaRead more

Investors welcome Lanxess-Chemtura deal

Shares in German chemicals group jump onRead more

Maersk plans expansion after break-up

Danish group seeks revenue boost from loRead more

Maersk conglomerate to split

One of Europe’s leading industrial conglRead more

Maersk: drilling down

It is hard to say how much value will beRead more

Maersk break-up will hang on family ties

Despite shipping woes, the Danish groupRead more

Hanjin ex-chair accused of insider trading

Choi Eun-young probed over sale of shareRead more

Pressure on German shipping lenders persists

Banks cut back on portfolios but in sellRead more

Hanjin to return chartered vessels

South Korean container line says it is lRead more

China’s ports suffer amid trade slowdown

Overcapacity already bigger than entireRead more

Week in Review, September 17

Bayer-Monsanto deal; EDF, Barclays, FordRead more

Linde chairman’s skills put to test

Boardroom veteran known for his knack foRead more

Scepticism swirls around Bayer’s megadeal

German company’s planned takeover of MonRead more

Bayer targets one-stop shop with Monsanto

But the tie-up is expected to be probedRead more

Bayer braced for scrutiny of Monsanto deal

Takeover would create world’s largest seRead more

Bayer / Monsanto: holy crop

If you are empire building, at least doRead more

Bayer Monsanto deal requires jumbo financing

Stock and bond issuance likely to rank aRead more

Maersk grabs clients after Hanjin sinks

Biggest container shipping group benefitRead more

Bankers beware toasting Monsanto deal

Lean times beckon if Bayer signals the eRead more

Bayer close to $66bn deal with Monsanto

German bidder is said to have sweetenedRead more

Seoul signals tough line with Hanjin demise

Government recognises that ‘too big to fRead more

Shrink the big container ship to fit the world

Shipping companies such as Hanjin have nRead more

Hanjin Shipping: choppy market waters

Taking a punt on shares surviving is craRead more

Fund move fuels Japan shipping M&A talk

Activist investor Effissimo’s growing stRead more

Hanjin bankruptcy brings chaos

Industry’s fundamental problem of balancRead more

NordLB to take full control of BLB

German bank takes over smaller peer thatRead more

Hanjin Shipping files for court protection

Rival eyes assets as South Korea’s biggeRead more

Hanjin Shipping: decked

Even state-backed lenders are now wary oRead more

Handel en ondernemerschap zit in onze genen

Ontwikkelen, maken, financieren en vervoeren. In deze cirkel van handel en ondernemerschap voelt Philip Sidney zich thuis. Wij helpen u om zaken te doen over de hele wereld. Regels worden nageleefd, maar kansen worden niet gemist. Klinkt eenvoudig. Maar in een complexe wereld van veranderende wet- en regelgeving is eenvoud precies wat u nodig heeft.

We kennen de spelregels door en door

Door onze jarenlange ervaring in de juridische en financiële wereld kennen wij de spelregels van de internationale zakenwereld door en door. Dat inzicht delen we graag met u. We helpen u om de juiste route uit te stippelen en om uw strategie te bepalen. Integriteit, diplomatie en vertrouwen zijn hierbij de sleutelwoorden.

En we maken onszelf graag overbodig

We verdiepen ons in uw business en in de regels en wetten waar u mee te maken heeft. Inzoomen, uitzoomen en verbinden. We maken een compliance structuur die begrijpelijk is voor iedereen. Zo gaat u zelf zien hoe u het maximale uit wet- en regelgeving kunt halen. Bij Philip Sidney maken we onszelf namelijk graag overbodig. Als het goed is ziet u ons niet meer terug.

Philip Sidney en de kunst van de acceleratie

Regelgeving beperkt, maar bied tegelijkertijd kansen. Zie het als de rem van uw auto. Die heeft u nodig om harder te kunnen rijden en verantwoord risico’s te kunnen nemen. Tenminste, zo zien wij dat. U wilt grip krijgen op uw compliance vraagstukken. Risico’s beheersen en waar mogelijk ruimte benutten. Tot niets u nog in de weg staat om vooruit te kunnen. Samen met uw klanten. In dit filmpje lichten we dat graag even toe. 

Philip Sidney tijdens de GTR Trade Finance Week 2014 (Singapore)

In verschillende sectoren is zowel de druk van wet- en regelgeving als het aantal toezichthouders toegenomen. Philip Sidney treedt graag met de wetgever en toezichthouders in discussie over de vraag hoe ondernemingen, zonder nieuwe sectorwetgeving, kunnen worden gestimuleerd om ander gedrag te vertonen. Voor de onderneming ligt de uitdaging er dan in om het in haar gestelde vertrouwen waar te maken. Philip Sidney ondersteunt daarbij. We geven u een ‘license to operate’. Philip Sidney partner Gert Demmink vertelt tijdens de GTR Trade Finance Week 2014 in Singapore meer over financing tradeprocedures & wetgeving, gate keeping en de kosten van compliance