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Understanding the borrowing needs of SMEs

May 27, 2017
Simon Ling-Locke
Understanding the borrowing needs of SMEs
Small business

Understanding the borrowing needs of SMEs

May 27, 2017
Simon Ling-Locke
Understanding the borrowing needs of SMEs

Reaching out to learners with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

May 26, 2017
Sam Godden
Reaching out to learners with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
Reaching out to learners with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
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Reaching out to learners with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

May 26, 2017
Sam Godden
Reaching out to learners with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)

Careers in FinTech

May 24, 2017
Nadim Choudhury
How do you go about achieving a career in FinTech? Nadim Choudhury explains how.
Careers in FinTech
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Careers in FinTech

May 24, 2017
Nadim Choudhury
Careers in FinTech

Reforming the payments system: End bank control and let the competition begin

May 24, 2017
Mark Falcon
Mark Falcon believes the payment system needs radical reform and wants regulators to end bank control, saying this would stimulate competition and innovation.
Reforming the payments system: End bank control and let the competition begin
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Reforming the payments system: End bank control and let the competition begin

May 24, 2017
Mark Falcon
Reforming the payments system: End bank control and let the competition begin

Do you WannaCry over Bitcoin?

May 18, 2017
Jonathan Jeffery
On Friday 12th May an unprecedented malware attack swept across over 200,000 computer systems in 150 countries. Organisations such as the NHS, FEDEX, MegaFon and Telefonica were severely impacted. Once the WannaCry worm accessed systems, data became encrypted and a message was displayed demanding payment of USD 300 within in 3 days or USD 600 within 7 days for an encryption key.
Do you WannaCry over Bitcoin?
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Do you WannaCry over Bitcoin?

May 18, 2017
Jonathan Jeffery
Do you WannaCry over Bitcoin?

Tackling the Issues of Monetary Policy

May 16, 2017
John Hearn
The Treasury Select Committee asked The London Institute of Banking & Finance lecturer John Hearn for specific comments on 3 issues regarding monetary policy.
Tackling the Issues of Monetary Policy
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Tackling the Issues of Monetary Policy

May 16, 2017
John Hearn
Tackling the Issues of Monetary Policy

How will the Co-op pieces be doled out?

May 11, 2017
Peter Hahn
The long, agonising road of the Co-op bank’s demise appears to be nearing an end. Whether it's legacy obligations, like pensions, or a business model that no longer works, supervisors at the Bank of England must be nearing the end of their patience.
How will the Co-op pieces be doled out?
Peter Hahn

How will the Co-op pieces be doled out?

May 11, 2017
Peter Hahn
How will the Co-op pieces be doled out?

Put a Cork in it...The Insolvency Act 30 years on

May 10, 2017
Keith Pond
In 1982 Sir Kenneth Cork reported the long awaited findings of the committee he led into insolvency in England and Wales as he looked forward to a system of dealing with debt contracts for both individuals and corporates that would more appropriately reflect the wishes and needs of modern society.
Put a Cork in it...The Insolvency Act 30 years on
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Put a Cork in it...The Insolvency Act 30 years on

May 10, 2017
Keith Pond
Put a Cork in it...The Insolvency Act 30 years on

Banking's digital revolution: How new technology offers hope for bank branches

May 09, 2017
Richard Tomlinson
“Branch transformation” is a priority for retail banks on both sides of the Atlantic. Yet the same banks continue to shut lossmaking or scarcely profitable branches, with no end in sight to their closure programmes...These banks cite the digital revolution to justify their retreat from bricks-and-mortar banking, so it may seem strange, , that digital technology may be the best hope for the long-term survival of bank branches.
Banking's digital revolution: How new technology offers hope for bank branches
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Banking's digital revolution: How new technology offers hope for bank branches

May 09, 2017
Richard Tomlinson
Banking's digital revolution: How new technology offers hope for bank branches