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Brexit - A global opportunity: Use Brexit to learn a new language!

Mar 22, 2017
Phil Renshaw
Phil Renshaw discusses how Brexit offers an opportunity for those in the field of Global Mobility.
Brexit - A global opportunity: Use Brexit to learn a new language!
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Brexit - A global opportunity: Use Brexit to learn a new language!

Mar 22, 2017
Phil Renshaw
Brexit - A global opportunity: Use Brexit to learn a new language!

Brexit and London: Could Dublin become Europe's leading financial centre?

Mar 14, 2017
Jonathan McMahon
The result of the UK’s referendum on EU membership has answered one large, if abstract, question. But it has left unanswered many more about what the vote could and should mean in practice.
Brexit and London: Could Dublin become Europe's leading financial centre?
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Brexit and London: Could Dublin become Europe's leading financial centre?

Mar 14, 2017
Jonathan McMahon
Brexit and London: Could Dublin become Europe's leading financial centre?

The Equivalence Charade? US banks facing an awkward Asian choice?

Feb 27, 2017
Peter Hahn
The Equivalence Charade? US banks facing an awkward Asian choice?
Man giving a lecture

The Equivalence Charade? US banks facing an awkward Asian choice?

Feb 27, 2017
Peter Hahn
The Equivalence Charade? US banks facing an awkward Asian choice?

The 1976 IMF crisis: What parallels are there with Brexit?

Feb 27, 2017
Richard Roberts
Richard Roberts takes a look at the 1976 IMF crisis and the parallels it has with Brexit.
The 1976 IMF crisis: What parallels are there with Brexit?
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The 1976 IMF crisis: What parallels are there with Brexit?

Feb 27, 2017
Richard Roberts
The 1976 IMF crisis: What parallels are there with Brexit?

Defined pension benefit funds: Are they wearing thin?

Feb 14, 2017
Ashok Gupta
Defined pension benefit funds: Are they wearing thin?
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Defined pension benefit funds: Are they wearing thin?

Feb 14, 2017
Ashok Gupta
Defined pension benefit funds: Are they wearing thin?

How can Letters of Credit provide working capital?

Jun 23, 2016
David Morrish
Letters of credit (LCs) provide sellers with some certainty of payment and, used imaginatively, they can also facilitate release of much-needed working capital, but this can depend on how sympathetic the seller's bankers are.
How can Letters of Credit provide working capital?
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How can Letters of Credit provide working capital?

Jun 23, 2016
David Morrish
How can Letters of Credit provide working capital?

Closing correspondent banks: Banks worried about regulations close their overseas correspondent banks

Jun 13, 2016
Richard Northedge
Correspondent banking was once the oil that lubricated world trade but it is now drying up rapidly. Richard Northedge explains why and looks at whether the correspondence banking still has a future.
Closing correspondent banks: Banks worried about regulations close their overseas correspondent banks
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Closing correspondent banks: Banks worried about regulations close their overseas correspondent banks

Jun 13, 2016
Richard Northedge
Closing correspondent banks: Banks worried about regulations close their overseas correspondent banks

Barclaycard 50th anniversary: The story of the UK's first credit card

May 24, 2016
David Lascelles
As Barclaycard reaches its 50th anniversary this year, we look back to the card's launch as the UK's first credit card, and how Derek Wilde changed British banking forever with just a six-page plan.
Barclaycard 50th anniversary: The story of the UK's first credit card
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Barclaycard 50th anniversary: The story of the UK's first credit card

May 24, 2016
David Lascelles
Barclaycard 50th anniversary: The story of the UK's first credit card

Risk and uncertainty: Advising consumers about investment risks

May 09, 2016
Mark Fenton-O’Creevy
People worry about risks, but not always in the ways you expect, so how important is it to advise consumers of the risks surrounding investments? And how can financial advisors develop an approach to advising their clients of investment risks in a cost effective manner?
Risk and uncertainty: Advising consumers about investment risks
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Risk and uncertainty: Advising consumers about investment risks

May 09, 2016
Mark Fenton-O’Creevy
Risk and uncertainty: Advising consumers about investment risks