Dedicated to the well-connected and seriously well-heeled, Balthazar Fabricius and his bespoke bookmakers Fitzdares offers a members' club experience for high rolling gamblers..."Our raison d’être has got to be having the best interests of our customers at heart. If you don’t look after your customers, then you have no business."
“The commercial equation that businesses have to take is, how much would it cost us to comply with six or seven different regulatory regimes, plus the uncertainty of what a trade deal is going to bring, plus I don’t know whether I can send my service providers from the U.K. to go in and put in the software in our customer offices in Germany,” says Paul Hardy, Brexit director at law firm DLA Piper in London.
“The top 10 investors in our IPO would surprise people,” Brendan Kennedy said on the sidelines of a marijuana conference in Toronto Wednesday. “We had a very large book of investors and a large percentage of them were blue-chip institutional investors and we were their first cannabis investment.”
OPINION: A British entrepreneur and refugee defends the UK's tradition of hospitality... Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia writes: "As a proud British refugee, I believe that immigration will be critical to the UK's success outside of the EU. It will inject innovation, energy and ambition into Britain. Businesses need to speak loudly and proudly about the role immigrants and refugees play in our economy."
Justin Tindall, Executive Creative Director, M&C Saatchi, said: “Retirement is something that we spend our entire career saving for. The thought of 40 years’ worth of savings being stolen from you by a scammer is a sickening one. This campaign aims to make that feeling all the more unpalatable by dramatising the scammer heartlessly enjoying the proceeds of his victim’s hard earned pension.”