These are my links for March 26th:
- FT.com / Columnists / John Kay - More regulation will not prevent next crisis - Amazing - the banker's apologists are still arguing that there's no place for regulation in the face of their abuse
- FT.com | Willem BuiterâÄôs Maverecon | Moral hazard, here we come! - Bera Stearn bail out just replicates all the problems that gave rise to it
- 3i turns its back on investment in start-ups | Business | The Guardian - Looks like we're back to the days when venture capital was called Slater Walker.
- Accountants urge non-doms to splash out - Accountancy Age - It's very hard to credit that people are this stupid. But apparently they are.
- Fund group moves base from UK to Dublin - Accountancy Age - I trained with Gareth Pearce, Chairman of Smith & Williamson. I recall him being a bit of a lefty in those days. Times change. People change. Not always for the better.
- Fears over stamp duty crackdown - Accountancy Age - What's the fear? Only that people might have to pay the tax that the law asks of them. What is so frightening about that?