Money managers based near Trump Tower must now run a gauntlet of protesters, security blockades, press pits, and endless traffic on the daily commute.
Welcome to the weekend, everybody. Here’s some news for your reading enjoyment.
Pastel painting may join works in billionaire’s collection by van Gogh, Picasso.
Novia has appointed Apollo, Xcap, Henderson Rowe and City Asset Management to its board of discretionary managers.
Minerva has accepted a takeover bid by a group of funds valuing the company at £200 million.
Royal Bank of Scotland is planning to sell real estate debt portfolios in Germany and the U.S., which expects to fetch several billion pounds.
Hughes Communications has appointed Barclays Capital to advise on a sale of the company.
Several private equity firms are forming consortiums to place their bids for medical test maker, Beckman Coulter.
Much like John Tyner, who refused an overly-familiar security check, deciding instead to miss his flight, gaming company Harrah’s has scrapped its IPO plans when it became apparent that security-conscious investors were not keen on such a highly-leveraged company.