An hour’s sleep before midnight is worth two after.
The early bird catches the worm.
Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise. 719 more words
Perhaps the biggest obstacle facing firms in emerging markets is a lack of capital to grow, there are thousands and thousands of ventures with revenues that run into millions of dollars a year which remain off the radar of overseas (and local) investors because the companies are not deemed investment worthy, they lack the plans, strategy and networks to make it to the next level where they can begin to start generating multi-million dollars worth of revenue. 904 more words
OK – so it’s no great secret many Judges find dealing with litigants in person very frustrating. Fair enough and it’s also the case that litigants in person find the cuts in legal aid and the ever increasing court costs, which means they have no other option but self representation, equally frustrating. 1,431 more words
A recent panel – hosted at Standard & Poor’s ‘Annual European Leveraged Finance & High-Yield Conference’ – brought together key industry figures from S&P, HSBC, Aviva Investors France and Alcentra to tackle the question on everyone’s lips: with more midsized firms seeking to diversify their funding sources as their refinancing needs develop – potentially seeking out institutional investors and direct lenders as they move away from traditional bank loans – will they address investors’ need for greater transparency? 7 more words