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  1. The Investec Private bank account

    To help make your money work as hard as possible for you, you’ll benefit from all of these innovative account features.
  2. Private bank accounts | Investec.co.uk

    At Investec, our mission is to create private bank accounts and services that put you, our client, at the heart of everything we do.
  3. Analyst Estimates

    The group's reported adjusted earnings per share before non-operating items and goodwill for the year ended 31 March 2013 was 36.1 pence.
  4. Structured Products

    Since our launch in 2008, we have been voted Best Structured Products Provider 18 times by 7 different industry bodies.
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  6. Specialist Private Bank

    We take an innovative and flexible approach to banking, working in partnership with you to create tailored solutions which evolve as your financial needs change.
  7. Minutes, borrowing & manufacturing: Œ'Repairs in progress'

    April’s MPC minutes provided little in the way of surprises. At 7.2%, the prevailing rate of unemployment remained above the 7.0% threshold at the time of the meeting, keeping the committee bound to its August 2013 guidance.
  8. CPI update: CPI inflation rises to 6.0% y/y but should moderate in H2.14 amid weaker demand and softer cost push pressures

    In line with consensus expectations, CPI inflation increased at a rate of 6.0% y/y in March, compared to 5.9% y/y in February. On a monthly basis, CPI rose by 1.3% m/m versus a prior 1.1% m/m.
  9. CPI update: CPI inflation rises to 6.0% y/y but should moderate in H2.14 amid weaker demand and softer cost push pressures

    In line with consensus expectations, CPI inflation increased at a rate of 6.0% y/y in March, compared to 5.9% y/y in February. On a monthly basis, CPI rose by 1.3% m/m versus a prior 1.1% m/m.
  10. Minutes, borrowing & manufacturing: Œ'Repairs in progress'

    April’s MPC minutes provided little in the way of surprises. At 7.2%, the prevailing rate of unemployment remained above the 7.0% threshold at the time of the meeting, keeping the committee bound to its August 2013 guidance.