LNG project boosted by trials of icebreaker ship

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LNG project boosted by trials of icebreaker ship

Tanker will move gas from Russia to AsiaRead more

Lloyds charges into consumer credit

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PayTM plots move into asset management in India

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PayTM plots move into asset management in India

Alibaba-backed group seeking to disruptRead more

Insurers plan to invest €1tn with asset managers

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UK probe into Rolls-Royce turns to individuals

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Apple sues Qualcomm for abusing monopoly position

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Week in Review, January 21

US bank earnings; BAT-Reynolds deal, LuxRead more

Insurers and NHS face larger lump sum pay-outs

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UK pursues more groups over bribery after Rolls

SFO evidence against jet engine maker prRead more

France’s BPCE sells new kind of debt to Japanese

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Justice settles for second best with Rolls-Royce

In too many cases, executives pay out toRead more

Goldman Sachs: Occupying Washington again

Donald Trump’s overtures to the bank’s eRead more

Aviva turns digital in Hong Kong with Tencent deal

Joint venture will focus on selling basiRead more

Philippe Petitcolin puts his stamp on Safran

Defence group chief known for meticulousRead more

Bankers prepare for eurozone break-up risk

Big European banks cutting back on someRead more

HSBC/Standard Chartered: trade’s trump hand

Both Asian banks can survive a Trump preRead more

Cathay Pacific: go pilot fish

The Hong Kong airline has been slow to rRead more

HSBC to pay customers £4m over ‘unreasonable’ fees

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EU watchdog looks into ECB private finance ties

Ombudsman inquiry will take on Draghi’sRead more

Goldman Sachs embroiled in $1bn Indonesian lawsuit

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Anti-migrant rules force Didi to gut Shanghai fleet

Chinese car-sharing company capitulatesRead more

Small-cap week: Technology

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Give your online personal data a detox

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Davos insider: Philip Hammond skates on thin ice

Chancellor’s speech produces some uninteRead more

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IBM: kicking the buckets

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Uber pays $20m fine over driver earnings’ claims

Lawsuit accused group of inflating expecRead more

Indonesia probes corruption related to Rolls-Royce

Former chief of state airline Garuda plaRead more

Indonesia probes corruption related to Rolls-Royce

Former chief of state airline Garuda plaRead more

Pearson’s textbook error raises questions over pay

Latest numbers ‘miss’ indicates that manRead more

Citigroup pays $25m to settle ‘spoofing’ charges

Bank becomes first big lender to be caugRead more

Tesla avoids recall over fatal Autopilot crash

US regulator raises concerns about how pRead more

Tesla avoids recall over fatal Autopilot crash

US regulator raises concerns about how pRead more

Energy bills have ‘no reason’ to rise, says Ofgem

Regulator argues hedging should protectRead more

Trump team backs China semiconductor crackdown call

Beijing strategy could have same globalRead more

Safran urged not to lose focus with Zodiac deal

Success of the French groups’ tie-up matRead more

US bankers hatch two-stage Brexit plan for City

Executives seek to win time to decide hoRead more

Safran/Zodiac: minorities in the cheap seats

The deal’s dual structure is hardly accoRead more

BoE’s corporate bond buying surpasses expectations

Central bank has bought more than half tRead more

Chemring returns to profit on back of restructuring

Defence group reinstates its dividend asRead more

Bank of Cyprus: back from the dead

Since taking steps to heal itself, the lRead more

Citi faces questions on missing financial targets

Critics say the US bank’s performance stRead more

London mayor warns on EU rivals trying to woo banks

Sadiq Khan urges Theresa May to defend tRead more

Davos a bad time to raise rhetoric over City jobs

HSBC’s talk of Brexit risks to London arRead more

BIS accused of pushing staff to back view on rates

‘Central bankers’ bank’ pressed researchRead more

BHP and Vale agree deadline for $48bn Brazil claim

Step closer to drawing line under legalRead more

Meet the scriptwriters breathing life into Cortana

The digital assistant’s ‘personality’ isRead more

Nigeria’s woes worsened by Abuja airport potholes

Pressure mounts on President Muhammadu BRead more

‘Permania’ grips the US shale oil industry

Crude found in the Permian Basin straddlRead more

Oil & gas M&A: back to basics

Straightforward buyouts for drillers havRead more

Bank of Cyprus listing a ‘vote of confidence’ in UK

Lender moves shares from Greece to BritaRead more

LionTree names Fatine Layt to head new Paris office

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Toshiba shares drop on fears of full-blown crisis

Stock fell as much as 26% on concerns ovRead more

African farmers set to reap insurance benefits

Linking loans with weather-based cover sRead more

Airbus taps Silicon Valley to speed A350 production

Aerospace group looks to make huge savinRead more

Airbus taps Silicon Valley to speed A350 production

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‘Force pension schemes to send data to dashboard’

Defined benefit providers likely to be rRead more

Netflix: square eyes, strong jaw

Real danger to streaming service has litRead more

S Korea court denies arrest warrant for Samsung heir

Judge finds no reason to detain Lee Jae-Read more

Toshiba: Shrinking to survive

After a disastrous nuclear deal, the comRead more

Etihad chief stands by long-haul investments

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Netflix adds record 7m subscribers in quarter

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The Rolls-Royce scandal has not run its course

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Opec needs output cuts to balance oil market

Cartel’s own forecasts predict supply stRead more

Fear the secret agent less than the accountant

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Baidu CEO steps back from day-to-day running

Robin Li hands challenges to artificialRead more

Coking coal cools as China mines up output

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Toshiba: distress test

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Rolls-Royce humbled by list of corruption offences

Engine maker admits to paying bribes toRead more

Qualcomm: chipped away

Chip company’s resolve over the royaltieRead more

Rolls-Royce aware of potential corruption in 2010

Revelation raises questions about conducRead more

Rolls may be grateful for latest instalment in bribery saga

Aircraft engine maker’s wrongdoing spannRead more

Bayer offers $8bn R&D to win favour for Monsanto deal

German group’s commitment on US spendingRead more

ExxonMobil buys drilling rights in US shale bet

Oil group acquires package of companiesRead more

Russian state bank helped Rosneft deal

Role of VTB raises questions about KremlRead more

Saudi Arabia minister downplays US shale threat

Opec production deal sets stage for reboRead more

Cairn Energy to expand Senegal drilling programme

Edinburgh explorer eyes ‘eventful’ yearRead more

Rolls-Royce apologises for corrupt conduct

Judge backs deferred prosecution agreemeRead more

EU insurance rules forcing Britons to retire later

Insurers seek relaxation of capital ruleRead more

Rio Tinto: escape claws

Expect the miner to splash the cash to sRead more

Hartlepool shipyard wins oil decommissioning deal

Able UK has created Europe’s strongest qRead more

Rolls-Royce shares climb on back of bribery settlement

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Malaysia Airlines MH370: aviation mystery stays unsolved

No trace of missing aircraft that vanishRead more

Sterling and engineers: hard facts

Weaker pound will be useful rather thanRead more

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Atlas Copco: strong logic

Plan to split the conglomerate has muchRead more

Saudi seeks $30bn-$50bn investment in green energy

Riyadh will issue tenders for renewablesRead more

Atlas Copco announces split as chief resigns

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Bought by Many expands niche insurance role

Group to start offering its own policiesRead more

Hurricane looks to be a new force in North Sea oil

A third prospect and 1bn barrel potentiaRead more

China’s Kuang-Chi takes first stake in UK tech

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More than 100 jailed for fake BP oil spill claims

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Airbus lands Iran Air’s first new jet in 23 years

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Airbus lands Iran Air’s first new jet in 23 years

Airbus aircraft seen as leading revivalRead more

US airlines: ascending expectations

Revenue growth and big profits are not eRead more

China insurance clean-up hits Anbang product sales

Industry-wide crackdown on risk promptsRead more

Named: the best and worst funds of 2016

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Acacia in £3bn gold merger talks with Endeavour

Combined group would have more money toRead more

US and EU strike deal on insurance regulation

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Stockpicking’s a doddle — when the stakes are low

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Global oil flow trackers set to keep Opec honest

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Fiat Chrysler accused of emissions cheating in US

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Oil prices rally on Saudi production cut

Biggest Opec member cuts output to lowesRead more

Uranium looms as resources winner under Trump

Sharp rebound in price reflects supply cRead more

EU equivalence is the City’s next Brexit battle

The government must show willingness toRead more

Premier Oil expects to agree refinancing deal in weeks

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How China rules the waves

FT investigation: Beijing has spent billRead more

China car sales to slow as stimulus draws to close

Demand forecast to fall as tax incentiveRead more

CAA sells pension liabilities to PIC

Bumper year in prospect as more companieRead more

Coaxing more oil from the North Sea

Head of UK Oil and Gas Authority lays ouRead more

How VW’s cheating on emissions was exposed

Carmaker finalises US criminal settlemenRead more

Sainsbury’s Argos plan avoids catalogue of errors

Mike Coupe is using excess supermarket sRead more

The next Volkswagen scandal can be avoided

Smarter regulation, better governance anRead more

VW staff’s cheat concerns were ignored, say papers

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What Wall Street wants from Trump

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Foxconn owner posts first revenue fall in decades

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China groups insured against blocked foreign deals

Policies pay out if US regulators thwartRead more

Hon Hai: screen test

Revenues fell for the first time, yet shRead more

Oil capex: conviction

The coming quarter should test the resolRead more

Liberty rescues Midlands car parts supplier CovPress

Metal stamping and assembly specialist hRead more

VW close to $4.3bn emissions settlement in US

Carmaker set to plead guilty over schemeRead more

Hedge fund opposes pay and appointments at Zodiac

CIAM seeks investor support in protest aRead more

Atlas Copco urges UK to keep free movement

Swedish industrial group opens British vRead more

Insurers tap cyber security ratings

New breed of start-ups aims to assess stRead more

Strikes triple whammy for London as talks stall

Industrial action set to affect BA flighRead more

Artificial intelligence: the dash to connect the consumer

Exhibitors at CES insist the ‘internet oRead more

Glencore mulls full control of African copper mine

Miner could buy 31 per cent stake from DRead more

Smurfit: Doff your Kappa

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The protectionist trade fallacies of America First

Donald Trump’s bullying of companies sucRead more

China clamps down on ‘exotic’ insurance

Regulator bans policies for afflictionsRead more

Toshiba rattled by report of fresh scandal evidence

New worries for investors still grapplinRead more

UK companies look to sell off pension liabilities

Broker predicts a record number of dealsRead more

BA passengers face renewed strike disruption

Cabin crew reject peace deal hammered ouRead more

Berkshire takes on Hartford’s $1.5bn asbestos risk

Insurers face liability from cancer-causRead more

Rise of electric cars accelerates race for lithium

Sale of west African mineral deposit illRead more

Bayer/Monsanto: arb bargain

As financing becomes clearer, the discouRead more

Megamergers off menu as insurers eye next targets

Trends that drove sector deals last yearRead more

Chinese insurers feel pressure to rein in deals

Regulators and concerns over leverage puRead more

China targets aggressive coal capacity cuts to 2020

Beijing to press on with phasing out oldRead more

Reinsurers braced for year of cost-cutting

Contract renewal season delivers weakerRead more

Kentucky miner Ramaco Resources files for IPO

Private-equity backed group sets ball roRead more

Weir considers moving production to UK after Brexit

Weaker pound a factor in decision whetheRead more

Monsanto/Syngenta: cashing out

Both groups ended up merging, just not wRead more

Corporate year in review

Smoking phones, fake news, Brexit bluesRead more

British billionaire Ratcliffe buys vast Icelandic estate

Deal marks end to a Chinese investor’s pRead more

BA cabin crew lift Christmas strike threat

Unite cancels action but RMT announces nRead more

Bayer seeks to feed the world with $66bn Monsanto deal

Werner Baumann is confident of takeoverRead more

Linde and Praxair unveil tentative $65bn merger

Combined group would be world’s largestRead more

Flybe names chief to steer through overcapacity

UK regional carrier corrects course afteRead more

Beny Steinmetz arrested in Israel in bribery probe

Israeli billionaire detained in case invRead more

What lies behind the Christmas strikes?

Rail, aviation and postal workers take aRead more

Vale opens ‘world’s largest’ mining project

Amazon iron ore complex will ensure markRead more

Praxair and Linde close in on $65bn deal

US and German groups look set to announcRead more

EasyJet aims for one in five pilots to be female by 2020

Women under-represented across the indusRead more

BA cabin crew vote threatens Christmas strike

Dispute could see more than 2,500 flightRead more

Aviation: How jets are lightening the load

Advances in materials mean few areas areRead more

Queensway implicated in bribery of Guinea minister

Secretive Hong Kong conglomerate ‘paid $Read more

Oil tanker rates surge as bulk carrier prices languish

Upcoming Opec output cuts boost tanker dRead more

Ex-Guinea mines minister charged with taking bribes

US citizen Mahmoud Thiam arrested at hisRead more

Maersk aims to be one-stop container freight shop

Expansion in transport would offset propRead more

BSGR demands compensation from Rio Tinto

Anglo-Australian group to defend itselfRead more

Sibanye adds platinum to gold in Stillwater deal

South African miner to pay more than itsRead more

Linde restarts merger talks with Praxair

Supervisory board unanimously backs tie-Read more

Monsanto unveils seeds coated with special fungi

First product of collaboration with NovoRead more

Oil shipping: tanks, Opec

900,000 fewer barrels a day will leave GRead more

Maersk Line to buy smaller rival Hamburg Süd

Deal will boost Danish group’s market shRead more

Linde / Praxair: equal result

One way or another, a gas group merger wRead more

Praxair revives bid for $60bn Linde deal

US industrial group returns with new offRead more

Asian shipping lines navigate a war of attrition

Groups are scurrying to seal deals or alRead more

Bayer-Monsanto deal is a bet on GM crop expansion

Global planting of genetically modifiedRead more

Maersk Line lifts refrigerated container stock 20%

Danish group forecasts doubling of ChinaRead more

NordLB expects more than €1bn loss this year

German Landesbank has had to shore up reRead more

Northern ports tempt shippers away from Dover

Official figures show shift from congestRead more

South Korean shipyards shed jobs as orders dive

Mired in overcapacity and debt, the induRead more

OCP in $3.7bn Ethiopia deal for fertiliser plant

Moroccan group hails joint-venture expecRead more

Taiwan launches $1.9bn bailout for big shipping groups

Taipei follows Korea and Japan in effortRead more

Asia shipping — cast off

Trump-inspired rally is unseaworthy, asRead more

Liverpool opens Brexit Britain’s ‘link to the world’

New £400m container terminal aims to domRead more

Maersk calls a tentative bottom to shipping woes

Problems highlighted by company reportinRead more

Japanese shipping: just another list

News on JV made some waves but it is tooRead more

Just how LBI went bust is subject to legal controversy

Lyondell trial could force those footingRead more

Japanese groups to combine container ship units

Deal comes amid brutal industry conditioRead more

Sika directors offer family a buyout deal

Proposal comes after court win for the SRead more

Swiss court blocks Saint-Gobain move for Sika

Latest twist in takeover saga as rulingRead more

Composites are next big frontier for carmakers

Carbon fibre reinforced plastic is set tRead more

LG Chem to take on Tesla in home power storage

Korean group allies with Sunrun to sellRead more

Syngenta reassures investors on ChemChina deal

Swiss group confident $44bn takeover wilRead more

Syngenta: finding chemistry

ChemChina very likely has not given up oRead more

S Korea’s Hanjin looks to sell European business

Beleaguered shipping group accelerates aRead more

Sinking ships are surprisingly good news

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KAL/Hanjin: abandon ships

The airline should abandon its founderinRead 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