Monthly Archives: September 2012

Pole Position But No Points In Singapore For Hamilton

A faulty gearbox in the night race at the Marina Bay circuit in Singapore cost Monaco resident Lewis Hamilton a podium place, as he tries to overcome a big lead by Fernando Alonso in the F1 championship. What could have … Continue reading

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Monaco Banks Ringing Up The Changes

Libor, PPI, sanctions busting and a range of other accusations have all hit the reputation of the banks recently – but bosses of two of Britain’s biggest banks seem set on turning around the public image they have. British banks … Continue reading

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Was UBS 2 Minutes Away From Midnight On The Banking Doomsday Clock?

A court in London has heard how UBS could allegedly have been just a couple of trades away from being wiped out, due to the actions of one of its traders. In the end the Swiss bank lost over a … Continue reading

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Annual Convention for Reinsurance Industry

The thought of sharing a week in Monaco with those who work in the reinsurance industry might be enough for many to cancel their trip this week, and opt instead for the yacht show starting next Monday- but according to … Continue reading

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Button Delight At Emphatic Belgian Grand Prix Victory

It was the return of F1 today, with the second half of the season promising to be as exciting as the first. Before the summer break nearly every Grand Prix produced a different winner, including Mark Webber in his Red … Continue reading

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