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Insights

Young people and financial resilience

Jul 26, 2021
Eliza Stevenson-Hamilton
In the winning essay of the 16-17 age group in our Young Financial Journalist competition, Eliza Stevenson-Hamilton looks at why financial resilience is important and how young people can improve their financial resilience.
Young people and financial resilience

Young people and financial resilience

Jul 26, 2021
Eliza Stevenson-Hamilton
Young people and financial resilience

Is cash still king? Not so much these days

Jul 23, 2021
Rosanagh De Mestre
Rosanagh De Mestre was highly commended, in the 14-15 age group in this year’s Young Financial Journalist competition for this essay, which outlines why the digitalisation of cash benefits society.
Is cash still king? Not so much these days

Is cash still king? Not so much these days

Jul 23, 2021
Rosanagh De Mestre
Is cash still king? Not so much these days

What’s sustainable finance and how is it changing business?

Jul 21, 2021
Juno Baker
Companies – from multinational corporations to small to medium enterprises (SMEs) – are facing a new layer of scrutiny from banks and investors. And everyone is talking about ESG. Why is this? And what do firms need to consider?
What’s sustainable finance and how is it changing business?

What’s sustainable finance and how is it changing business?

Jul 21, 2021
Juno Baker
What’s sustainable finance and how is it changing business?

Are cash payments dying out?

Jul 19, 2021
Mukund Mahendra Soni
Are cash payments dying out?

Are cash payments dying out?

Jul 19, 2021
Mukund Mahendra Soni
Are cash payments dying out?

Career story: Studying sustainable finance in lockdown

Jul 15, 2021
Mutahara Gofur
Shada Elborno, Managing Director of Standard Chartered Bank, tells us about studying for the Executive Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Finance, what she loves about her job, and how she managed studying during lockdown whilst working.
Career story: Studying sustainable finance in lockdown

Career story: Studying sustainable finance in lockdown

Jul 15, 2021
Mutahara Gofur
Career story: Studying sustainable finance in lockdown

Professional designations in the mortgage industry: which one’s for me?

Jul 12, 2021
Sue Wiggins
We recently launched Certified Mortgage Adviser (CMA) status to help our members stand out as accomplished professionals in the mortgage and equity release sectors. Many CeMAP and CeMAP Diploma qualified brokers already hold CeMAP Professional or Advanced CeMAP Professional. So, what’s the difference between CMA and the Professional categories?
Professional designations in the mortgage industry: which one’s for me?

Professional designations in the mortgage industry: which one’s for me?

Jul 12, 2021
Sue Wiggins
Professional designations in the mortgage industry: which one’s for me?

Why choose a career in banking and finance?

Jul 09, 2021
Juno Baker
In the UK, one in 12 jobs is in financial services. So If you’ve just left school or university – and haven’t yet decided on your next step – you might want to consider a job in a bank or finance firm. Here are a few reasons why.
Why choose a career in banking and finance?

Why choose a career in banking and finance?

Jul 09, 2021
Juno Baker
Why choose a career in banking and finance?

How fintech can help banks serve vulnerable customers

Jul 06, 2021
Juno Baker
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) requires financial firms to “pay attention to indicators of potential vulnerability” and have policies to deal with vulnerable consumers. But how can data management and artificial intelligence (AI) help?
How fintech can help banks serve vulnerable customers

How fintech can help banks serve vulnerable customers

Jul 06, 2021
Juno Baker
How fintech can help banks serve vulnerable customers

Career story: becoming a financial adviser and chartered

Jul 01, 2021
Juno Baker
Sarah Seeley started as an office junior before becoming a paraplanner, and then a financial adviser. Now a Chartered Associate of LIBF and a company director, she tells us about studying for Dip FA and Adv Dip FA – and why chartered status means she’s taken more seriously as a young professional.
Career story: becoming a financial adviser and chartered

Career story: becoming a financial adviser and chartered

Jul 01, 2021
Juno Baker
Career story: becoming a financial adviser and chartered