LAPF warns Sky not to undervalue company as it considers bid from 21st Century Fox
Local authorities gearing up to seek performance, cost-monitoring services
Danish bankers, securities dealers propose steps to improve situation
Dutch fund manager also expresses concerns over mandatory central clearing
Pensions regulator intervenes to secure £37m funding for pension scheme deficit
Firm fined over failure to comply with UK regulator’s rules for custodians for six years
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