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- Banks given all clear to end bonus bonanza. Pitcher, Greg // Personnel Today;10/14/2008, p4
The article reports that banks in Great Britain have to cut back on bonuses after the �50 billion government bailout. Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling says that banks would have to curb big payouts if they took taxpayers' money. He said that the aim to curb incentives that reward...
- Good news Bad news. // Estates Gazette;10/18/2008, Issue 841, p40
The author addresses the decision of British Chancellor Alistair Darling to authorise a �95 million bailout for thousands of flats for athletes in London, England. The money comes from a �2.2 billion Olympics contingency fund. The cash injection comes as Lend Lease struggles to raise private...
- Credit Guarantee Scheme closes after four years. Dale, Samuel // Money Marketing (Online Edition);11/2/2012, p7
The article reports on the closure of the emergency bailout measure, Credit Guarantee Scheme, launched at the height of the financial crisis in Great Britain. The measures included emergency Government loans and state purchases of shares in the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group...
- Best of the blogs. // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;4/2/2010, Vol. 200 Issue 4621, p16
A blog on the statement by Great Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling regarding the revisions of budget for homebuyers and the housing industry.
- Difficult, says Darling. Boles, Corey // Money Marketing;3/21/2002, p7
Reports on the testimony of Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Alistair Darling before a Parliamentary committee over the difficulty of selling pensions in Great Britain. Factors that influenced the selling of pensions; Remarks from Darling on claims that pension policy is out of touch...
- VERITY'S VIEW. Verity, Andrew // Money Marketing;3/21/2002, p34
Discusses the pension crisis in Great Britain in 2002. Factors that contributed to the emergence of issues on pension crisis; Proposal of the Institute of Public Policy on pension reform; Criticism against the decision of Social Security Secretary Alistair Darling to dismiss pension reform.
- WORD ON THE STREET. // Mortgage Strategy;12/3/2007, p23
The article presents from various individuals concerning their opinion on British chancellor Alistair Darling after the issue of liquidity crisis and the data discs debacles in Great Britain.
- A deposit scheme would open doors. Winfield, Robert // Mortgage Strategy;4/19/2010, p13
In this article, the author reflects on the budget program of chancellor Alistair Darling, in which, the author opines that a deposit loan scheme would be significant to the financial services industry in Great Britain.
- Budget sets out £2.5bn package for business but fails to inspire. Nias, Simon // PrintWeek;4/2/2010, p5
The article reports that the British government will increase annual investment allowances and reduce business rates, according to Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling.