On 14 September 2007, the UK witnessed its first 'bank-run' in 150 years after Northern Rock announced it had received support from the Bank of England due to a lack of liquidity.
Many will remember the queues in the street as customers attempted to retrieve deposits, while the bank's shares plunged 32% on 14 September 2007. Ten years on, Investment Week takes a look at the impact...
Months of negotiations
PARTNER INSIGHT: Ian Lance and Nick Purves, managers of the TM RWC UK Equity Income Fund, analyse the tug of war between value and growth that is being observed in markets today and why the future for value investing looks bright.
PARTNER INSIGHT: Ian Lance and Nick Purves, portfolio manager of the TM RWC UK Equity Income Fund, discuss the opportunity shift from growth to value after ten years of underperformance.
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