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The Brexit Diary: Righting the ship, but in which direction and can we get there fast enough?

Jul 13, 2016
Peter Hahn
The UK ship rapidly needs to identify a clear direction and get full steam ahead before weakening confidence begins to feed upon itself.
The Brexit Diary: Righting the ship, but in which direction and can we get there fast enough?
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The Brexit Diary: Righting the ship, but in which direction and can we get there fast enough?

Jul 13, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: Righting the ship, but in which direction and can we get there fast enough?

The work, study and family life balance: How studying has helped my fulltime job

Jul 12, 2016
Gabbi Stopp
What's it like to go back to part-time study, while managing full-time work and family responsibilities? Gabbi Stopp writes about what it's like to juggle all three. This week, she writes about the surprising short-term benefits of studying and working.
The work, study and family life balance: How studying has helped my fulltime job
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The work, study and family life balance: How studying has helped my fulltime job

Jul 12, 2016
Gabbi Stopp
The work, study and family life balance: How studying has helped my fulltime job

The Brexit Diary: the scent of fear and the need for new thinking

Jul 07, 2016
Peter Hahn
It has been easy for politicians, and more than a few economists, to argue the macro future of the economy, but ultimately, for many small to medium sized businesses their real risk manager is their relationship manager or banker.
The Brexit Diary: the scent of fear and the need for new thinking
City of London skyline from the air

The Brexit Diary: the scent of fear and the need for new thinking

Jul 07, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: the scent of fear and the need for new thinking

The Brexit Diary: Taking stock of the current situation as more details emerge

Jul 06, 2016
Peter Hahn
Government institutions are doing their best trying to encourage 'a steady as she goes' attitude and 'nothing has changed yet' environment, but, for many, the details of the task at hand are only now beginning to emerge. We need to get comfortable dealing with new and critical issues that arise daily.
The Brexit Diary: Taking stock of the current situation as more details emerge
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The Brexit Diary: Taking stock of the current situation as more details emerge

Jul 06, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: Taking stock of the current situation as more details emerge

The Brexit Diary: What will happen to the City of London after Brexit?

Jul 05, 2016
Peter Hahn
The banking and finance industry is much, much more than the City and urgent attention is needed to assure the public understands its contribution, writes Dr Peter Hahn.
The Brexit Diary: What will happen to the City of London after Brexit?
City of London image

The Brexit Diary: What will happen to the City of London after Brexit?

Jul 05, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: What will happen to the City of London after Brexit?

Brexit, bank passports, banknotes and bailouts: Janet Hontoir's June news round-up

Jul 05, 2016
Janet Hontoir
From the financial impacts from the Brexit vote to Help to Buy ISAs and poor savings rates for saving ISAs here are some of the biggest financial news stories of the month, compiled by Janet Hontoir, Academic Course Leader for ifs University College's BSc (Hons) Banking Practice & Management.
Brexit, bank passports, banknotes and bailouts: Janet Hontoir's June news round-up
the new five pound note

Brexit, bank passports, banknotes and bailouts: Janet Hontoir's June news round-up

Jul 05, 2016
Janet Hontoir
Brexit, bank passports, banknotes and bailouts: Janet Hontoir's June news round-up

The Brexit Diary: The Bank of England, timing and reinvention

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
Dr Peter Hahn takes a look at how the Bank of England has stepped in to the Brexit debate and what this means.
The Brexit Diary: The Bank of England, timing and reinvention
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The Brexit Diary: The Bank of England, timing and reinvention

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: The Bank of England, timing and reinvention

The Brexit Diary: the implications for bank board directors

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
It was reported today that many Institute of Directors (board director) members were feeling anxious, so what does that imply for board directors at banks?
The Brexit Diary: the implications for bank board directors
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The Brexit Diary: the implications for bank board directors

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: the implications for bank board directors

The Brexit Diary: Key issue categories for banks start to emerge post-referendum

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
As time progresses, the confusion surrounding the banking industry is starting to be sorted into key issue categories that demonstrate how desperate market participants are for understanding.
The Brexit Diary: Key issue categories for banks start to emerge post-referendum
Man reading business newspaper

The Brexit Diary: Key issue categories for banks start to emerge post-referendum

Jul 01, 2016
Peter Hahn
The Brexit Diary: Key issue categories for banks start to emerge post-referendum