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2019 Young Financial Journalist of the Year Competition

Apr 03, 2019
Ivan Hung
We asked students to show off their journalistic skills and financial know-how by writing a 800-1,000 word blog or article. The 14-15 age category had to answer to the following question: Is it right for primary school-aged children to be taught financial education in schools?
2019 Young Financial Journalist of the Year Competition
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2019 Young Financial Journalist of the Year Competition

Apr 03, 2019
Ivan Hung
2019 Young Financial Journalist of the Year Competition

How to make the most of your hard-earned cash

Mar 27, 2019
Alison Pask
Alison Pask has been working in financial services for 30 years and is an expert on financial education. Here she sets out her top tips to help you make the most of your money.
How to make the most of your hard-earned cash
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How to make the most of your hard-earned cash

Mar 27, 2019
Alison Pask
How to make the most of your hard-earned cash

Why change in banking is accelerating

Mar 25, 2019
Renier Lemmens
Renier Lemmens sets out how a combination of technological advances in banking and marketing, new regulation, and low interest rates are revolutionising financial services.
Why change in banking is accelerating
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Why change in banking is accelerating

Mar 25, 2019
Renier Lemmens
Why change in banking is accelerating

Debt capital markets and financing clean energy

Mar 22, 2019
Dr Ben Caldecott
The stock of cumulative investment in clean energy looks set to increase annually by at least US$300bn to US$350bn over the next decade. But it will have to increase by much more if we are to meet the commitments implied in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. This means that global debt capital markets must be accessed. Ben Caldecott explains why.
Debt capital markets and financing clean energy
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Debt capital markets and financing clean energy

Mar 22, 2019
Dr Ben Caldecott
Debt capital markets and financing clean energy

10 Tips to reduce stress at interviews

Mar 20, 2019
Nigel Armitt
How you think about stress can shape your response to it — and there are ways of thinking about stress to support resilience, health and happiness.
10 Tips to reduce stress at interviews
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10 Tips to reduce stress at interviews

Mar 20, 2019
Nigel Armitt
10 Tips to reduce stress at interviews

CRAAP: How can you evaluate information on the internet

Mar 18, 2019
California State University, Chico.
Read about how you evaluate the information on websites through this method
CRAAP: How can you evaluate information on the internet
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CRAAP: How can you evaluate information on the internet

Mar 18, 2019
California State University, Chico.
CRAAP: How can you evaluate information on the internet

FIA winners: X-Forces Enterprise and NatWest

Mar 13, 2019
FIA winners: X-Forces Enterprise and NatWest
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FIA winners: X-Forces Enterprise and NatWest

Mar 13, 2019
FIA winners: X-Forces Enterprise and NatWest

Time machine: London clearing banks’ response to competition and credit control

Mar 13, 2019
Charles Goodhart
Why was competition and credit control introduced? And what were the consequences? Charles Goodhart, Emeritus Professor of Banking and Finance at the London School of Economics, reflects on the politics and economics of the 1970s.
Time machine: London clearing banks’ response to competition and credit control
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Time machine: London clearing banks’ response to competition and credit control

Mar 13, 2019
Charles Goodhart
Time machine: London clearing banks’ response to competition and credit control

Insolvency tourism in Singapore?

Mar 12, 2019
Keith Pond
As a financial hub, F1 night race location, long-haul stopover, historic, expensive, friendly and innovative city state, Singapore has used its scarce resources wisely since independence in 1965. A new twist now emerges following the passage of the “Omnibus Bill” in October 2018 that has become the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018. The new twist is Singapore as a restructuring hub – an attempt, perhaps, to challenge the global supremacy of London?
Insolvency tourism in Singapore?
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Insolvency tourism in Singapore?

Mar 12, 2019
Keith Pond
Insolvency tourism in Singapore?