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Burned-out fund managers show reality of City life's "easy option"

18 Oct 2013

LONDON When Sanjeev Shah quit his job last month, eyebrows were raised. This wasn't another burned-out banker: The 43-year-old was a successful fund manager running 2.8 billion pounds for Fidelity Worldwide Investment, reaping big returns.

Burned-out fund managers show reality of City life's "easy option"

18 Oct 2013

LONDON When Sanjeev Shah quit his job last month, eyebrows were raised. This wasn't another burned-out banker: The 43-year-old was a successful fund manager running 2.8 billion pounds ($4.5 billion) for Fidelity Worldwide Investment, reaping big returns.

Burned-out fund managers show reality of City life's "easy option"

18 Oct 2013

LONDON When Sanjeev Shah quit his job last month, eyebrows were raised. This wasn't another burned-out banker: The 43-year-old was a successful fund manager running 2.8 billion pounds for Fidelity Worldwide Investment, reaping big returns.

Burned-out fund managers show reality of City life's "easy option"

18 Oct 2013

LONDON, Oct 18 When Sanjeev Shah quit his job last month, eyebrows were raised. This wasn't another burned-out banker: The 43-year-old was a successful fund manager running 2.8 billion pounds ($4.5 billion) for Fidelity Worldwide Investment, reaping big returns.

British investors head to euro zone as Fed retains stimulus - Reuters poll

30 Sep 2013

LONDON British investors boosted euro zone stock and bond holdings to their highest in two years and sold U.S. assets in September as the U.S. Federal Reserve shocked markets by keeping its massive monetary stimulus intact.

Real estate investors shun Egypt as foreign firms retreat

26 Sep 2013

DUBAI/LONDON A flight by foreign companies from violent unrest in Egypt threatens to drive up vacancy rates at offices and malls and prompt international investors to shift funds to sub-Saharan real estate.

Real estate investors shun Egypt as foreign firms retreat

26 Sep 2013

DUBAI/LONDON A flight by foreign companies from violent unrest in Egypt threatens to drive up vacancy rates at offices and malls and prompt international investors to shift funds to sub-Saharan real estate.

Heron Tower faces sale after refinancing row

18 Sep 2013

LONDON London skyscraper the Heron Tower could be sold by its lenders as its owners struggle to agree a refinancing deal against the backdrop of a weak office lettings market, a source familiar with the talks said.

London's Heron Tower faces sale after refinancing row

18 Sep 2013

LONDON, Sept 18 London skyscraper the Heron Tower could be sold by its lenders as its owners struggle to agree a refinancing deal against the backdrop of a weak office lettings market, a source familiar with the talks said.

Canary Wharf faces bill for millions after double setback

13 Sep 2013

LONDON Songbird Estates, the majority owner of Canary Wharf Group, faces a bill which could rise to several million pounds after two major setbacks in the space of two weeks.

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