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Thought leadership: how to find a mentor while homeworking or on furlough

Dec 03, 2020
Phil Renshaw
Mentoring, coaching and offering support are probably more important than ever under the restrictions placed on us due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But does our idea of mentoring need a rethink? Does it take a wide enough view of ‘leadership skills’? And how do you find a ‘mentor’ in lockdown?
Thought leadership: how to find a mentor while homeworking or on furlough
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Thought leadership: how to find a mentor while homeworking or on furlough

Dec 03, 2020
Phil Renshaw
Thought leadership: how to find a mentor while homeworking or on furlough

Thought leadership: Bank branch closures, fintech and financial inclusion

Oct 28, 2020
Helene Panzarino
Helene Panzarino examines how the closure of bank branches and the move to online banking is affecting rural communities and people without access to digital. She reflects on changing customer relationships and looks at a possible fintech-led solution to ensure financial inclusion.
Thought leadership: Bank branch closures, fintech and financial inclusion
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Thought leadership: Bank branch closures, fintech and financial inclusion

Oct 28, 2020
Helene Panzarino
Thought leadership: Bank branch closures, fintech and financial inclusion

Thought leadership: Can banks stop crime and keep data private?

Oct 26, 2020
Ouida Taaffe
How can banks collaborate to stop crime without compromising security? Ellison Anne Williams, the Founder and CEO of Enveil, talks about using homomorphic encryption to help banks beat money-laundering.
Thought leadership: Can banks stop crime and keep data private?

Thought leadership: Can banks stop crime and keep data private?

Oct 26, 2020
Ouida Taaffe
Thought leadership: Can banks stop crime and keep data private?

How retail banking should prepare for the post-Covid 19 new normal

Sep 28, 2020
Rob Thompson
The economy has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown has accelerated the move to digital. Find out how retail banks are having to swiftly change the way they operate, manage credit and deal with customers in financial distress.
How retail banking should prepare for the post-Covid 19 new normal
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How retail banking should prepare for the post-Covid 19 new normal

Sep 28, 2020
Rob Thompson
How retail banking should prepare for the post-Covid 19 new normal

How to support mortgage clients through Covid-19

Jun 03, 2020
John Somerville
How can you as a mortgage adviser help your clients prepare for the post-Covid economy and give them the support they need now?
How to support mortgage clients through Covid-19
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How to support mortgage clients through Covid-19

Jun 03, 2020
John Somerville
How to support mortgage clients through Covid-19

Can green mortgages help build a more sustainable future?

Jun 01, 2020
Ouida Taaffe
About 10% of the UK’s carbon footprint is heating, but is enough being done with sustainable finance and green mortgages to help meet the 2050 climate change targets? And what are the challenges in a post-Covid world?
Can green mortgages help build a more sustainable future?
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Can green mortgages help build a more sustainable future?

Jun 01, 2020
Ouida Taaffe
Can green mortgages help build a more sustainable future?

Covid-19 and government debt

May 29, 2020
Simon Ling-Locke
Due to Covid-19, governments are building up sovereign debt. How will this affect the world economy in the long-term? Simon Ling-Locke, Senior Lecturer at LIBF, looks at how government debt, past, present and future, as well as options for emerging markets and developed economies.
Covid-19 and government debt
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Covid-19 and government debt

May 29, 2020
Simon Ling-Locke
Covid-19 and government debt