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Harley-Davidson shows the unintended consequences of Trump's tariffs

Harley-Davidson shows the unintended consequences of Trump's tariffs

Trump’s trade war has officially moved American jobs overseas. In a regulatory filing on Monday, iconic motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson (HOG) said it is moving the production of motorcycles bound for the EU out of the U.S. as a result of new tariffs. Harley-Davidson said that tariffs enacted by the EU in response to Trump’s tariffs […]

Micro-finance firm raises $5 million capital

Micro-finance firm raises $5 million capital

The Herald Business ReporterMicro-financE firm Untu Capital, has raised its targeted $5 million in an issuance of tradable bonds after successfully issuing the third and final tranche of $2 million on the Financial Securities Exchange (Finsec). Bonds are a debt instrument offered to the market to raise capital. Initially, Untu Capital raised $1 million from […]

Silicon Valley, AI hit the finance world

Silicon Valley, AI hit the finance world

As the world of adviser technology continues to expand with no end in sight, how does a firm go about building the ideal technology suite for advisers? Should firms invest in adding a digital-advice component to reach millennials? And how can advisers take advantage of the accelerating developments in artificial intelligence? These are just a […]

Duffy & Sweeney's Guida Elected to National Commercial Finance Lawyers Board

Duffy & Sweeney's Guida Elected to National Commercial Finance Lawyers Board

Email to a friend Permalink Saturday, June 23, 2018 GoLocalProv News Team   Patrick Guida Patrick Guida of the law firm of Duffy and Sweeney was elected to the Executive Committee of the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers. “Patrick has been a valued member of the Duffy & Sweeney team for 11 years, and […]

Italy finance minister mixes cautious, defiant tones on EU debut

Italy finance minister mixes cautious, defiant tones on EU debut

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) – Italy’s new finance minister said on Friday he will aim at respecting European Union fiscal rules to try to calm market jitters over the new Italian government, but attacked a Franco-German plan to reform the bloc’s banking sector. Italian Economy Minister Giovanni Tria attends as Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (unseen) speaks during […]

Judge rules federal consumer finance agency is unconstitutional

Judge rules federal consumer finance agency is unconstitutional

NEW YORK – The U.S. government’s beleaguered consumer finance watchdog agency is unconstitutionally structured, a judge said Thursday as she disqualified the agency from serving as a plaintiff in a lawsuit. U.S. District Judge Loretta A. Preska in Manhattan reached the conclusion about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in a written decision. Her ruling related […]

Liberia: Finance Minister Tweah Complained to LACC over Failure to Declare Assets

Liberia: Finance Minister Tweah Complained to LACC over Failure to Declare Assets

Monrovia – An ever-growing number of countries have adopted ethics and anti-corruption laws that require public officials to declare their assets and income before or after taking government positions. Report by Gerald C. Koinyeneh, [email protected] The principal goal of income and asset disclosure systems is to combat corruption. In Liberia, the National Code of Conduct […]

Consumers more positive about their finances

Consumers more positive about their finances

The inauguration of Cyril Ramaphosa as president at the beginning of the year had a hugely positive impact on consumers’ financial vulnerability levels in the first quarter.  The Momentum/Unisa Consumer Financial Vulnerability Index (CFVI) improved to 52.6 points in the first quarter of this year, from 49.3 points in the fourth quarter of last year, […]

Dems must stop picking foxes to guard the financial hen house

Dems must stop picking foxes to guard the financial hen house

By Jeff Hauser, opinion contributor — 06/18/18 05:30 PM EDT The views expressed by contributors are their own and not the view of The Hill © Getty Images Source link

Hamilton finance company chasing $4 million from former employee

Hamilton finance company chasing $4 million from former employee

DONNA-LEE BIDDLE Last updated 14:58, June 18 2018 CHRISTEL YARDLEY/STUFF The case was heard in the High Court in Hamilton (file photo). A Hamilton finance company is chasing more than four million dollars from a former employer who has since allegedly fled the country. A High Court judge has ruled there was “substantial support” for claims Richard Whitham […]