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New cashpot for community causes

New cashpot for community causes

04 December 2017

A £1.6 million fund has been launched offering loans to charities and social enterprises in Kent.

Developers rue 'missed opportunity'

Developers rue 'missed opportunity'

04 December 2017

Housebuilders believe the Chancellor’s measures to boost the housing market will amount to nothing unless he makes it easier for them to do their job.

Last bank in high street set to close

Last bank in high street set to close

30 November 2017

Lloyds, the only remaining High Street bank in one town, is to close.

Manufacturer bags funding deal

Manufacturer bags funding deal

28 November 2017

A paper bag maker is poised to pick-up bigger contracts after securing backing worth nearly half a million pounds.

KMTV: Budget special

KMTV: Budget special

23 November 2017

Watch an Autumn Budget special episode of KMTV business show Chris & Co.

Hundreds affected as company closes office

Hundreds affected as company closes office

21 November 2017

A total of 650 workers face being relocated to Surrey as a financial services company announced it is closing its office in Kent.

Calls for stamp duty changes in Budget

Calls for stamp duty changes in Budget

21 November 2017

The property sector is calling on the Chancellor to make cuts to stamp duty when he delivers his Autumn Budget in parliament tomorrow.

Debt buyer cancels stock market plans

Debt buyer cancels stock market plans

17 November 2017

Credit card debt business Cabot Credit Management has shelved plans for a £1 billion float on the London Stock Exchange.

Investors struggle to explain Saga

Investors struggle to explain Saga

11 November 2017

In an exclusive interview, the boss of Saga talks about winning over shareholders, its tourism growth plans and why the firm is shielded from Brexit.

New boss for accountancy

New boss for accountancy

11 November 2017

Crowe Clark Whitehill has appointed a new office managing partner in Kent.

Lender invests £53m in firms

Lender invests £53m in firms

10 November 2017

A finance company in Kent invested £53 million into small and medium-sized businesses across the UK in the first half of the year.

Buy-to-let lender continues growth

Buy-to-let lender continues growth

08 November 2017

Kent Reliance owner OneSavings Bank reported a strong third quarter of the year, as its loan book grew to £6.9 billion.

Uncertainty for stockbrokers as jobs move up North

Uncertainty for stockbrokers as jobs move up North

08 November 2017

Pension provider AJ Bell is to relocate about 100 jobs in the county to its headquarters in Manchester.

Time 'running out' as data protection laws loom

Time 'running out' as data protection laws loom

06 November 2017

More than half of firms in Kent do not have a plan in place for new data protection laws due to come into force in May.

First time buyers to be hit by interest rate rise

First time buyers to be hit by interest rate rise

02 November 2017

People trying to get onto the housing ladder in Kent will struggle after the Bank of England opted to increase interest rates, investors have warned.

Long-running Saga chairman to step down

Long-running Saga chairman to step down

24 October 2017

The man who led the flotation of over-50s specialist Saga on the London Stock Exchange is to retire from the business after 26 years.

Debt firm to float on stock market

Debt firm to float on stock market

23 October 2017

A credit management company has revealed plans to be listed on the London Stock Exchange, which it expects will raise about £195 million.

Bank marks 15 years

Bank marks 15 years

18 October 2017

Staff gathered at ethical lender Charity Bank to celebrate its 15th birthday.

Takeover at tyre dealer

Takeover at tyre dealer

17 October 2017

A £25 million tyre seller and MOT centre business with branches across Kent is under new ownership.

Councillor takes top job at law firm

Councillor takes top job at law firm

14 October 2017

A solicitors' practice has elected a councillor to be its senior partner – and hired a new chief executive to lead its strategy.

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