Leeds has reported a pre-tax profit of £20.3m after paying its Financial Services Compensation Scheme levy.
Rightmove has reported its underlying profit for 2008 grew by 33% from £30.7m to £41m.
Lloyds Banking Group says that profits before tax fell 80% from £4bn in 2007 to £807m in 2008 and warns that the switchover from single premium PPI to a monthly product will hit revenues in 2009.
Barratt Developments has posted a pre-tax loss of almost £600m for the second half of 2008.
Financial advisers around the world face a new frontier of challenges, including increased fee pressures, tightening regulations, growing competition from automated advice platforms and continued market volatility. In order to better position themselves for business growth, advisers will need to assume three key roles. Click to download full article