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Podcast: Henry Grunfeld Lecture

Mar 06, 2019
Peter Hahn
Podcast: Henry Grunfeld Lecture
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Podcast: Henry Grunfeld Lecture

Mar 06, 2019
Peter Hahn
Podcast: Henry Grunfeld Lecture

Trade finance compliance: Why bank staff must understand, apply and log suspicious activity

Mar 06, 2019
David Morrish
Trade finance compliance expertise is about so much more than maintaining the integrity of the finance industry. Following his talk at the Indonesia International Chamber of Commerce Conference in February, David Morrish explains why.
Trade finance compliance: Why bank staff must understand, apply and log suspicious activity
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Trade finance compliance: Why bank staff must understand, apply and log suspicious activity

Mar 06, 2019
David Morrish
Trade finance compliance: Why bank staff must understand, apply and log suspicious activity

Life after graduation: Three years on... what happens after graduation?

Mar 05, 2019
Eleanor Bridger
Preparing for life after graduation can be a scary thought especially if you’re not quite sure about what career path you want to take. Whilst you have the next three years to think about that, it’s important to be prepared so what ever happens, you’re ready for it.
Life after graduation: Three years on... what happens after graduation?
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Life after graduation: Three years on... what happens after graduation?

Mar 05, 2019
Eleanor Bridger
Life after graduation: Three years on... what happens after graduation?

Apprenticeships: Top 5 Benefits of being an Apprentice

Mar 05, 2019
Karen Taylor
Read about our top 5 benefits of being an apprentice, as part of National Apprenticeship Week 2019.
Apprenticeships: Top 5 Benefits of being an Apprentice
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Apprenticeships: Top 5 Benefits of being an Apprentice

Mar 05, 2019
Karen Taylor
Apprenticeships: Top 5 Benefits of being an Apprentice

FIA winners: Vision Independent Financial Planning

Feb 28, 2019
Vision Independent Financial Planning
We talked to Vision Independent Financial Planning about winning the ‘Innovation in product or service design – savings & investments’ category at last years Financial Innovation Awards (FIA).
FIA winners: Vision Independent Financial Planning
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FIA winners: Vision Independent Financial Planning

Feb 28, 2019
Vision Independent Financial Planning
FIA winners: Vision Independent Financial Planning

Oldies but goldies

Feb 26, 2019
Hilary Cooper
Hilary Cooper explains why banks and fintech providers are starting to target older people and discusses how they can benefit from developing this niche market.
Oldies but goldies
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Oldies but goldies

Feb 26, 2019
Hilary Cooper
Oldies but goldies

FIA winners: Albaraka Turk

Feb 21, 2019
Albaraka Turk
We talked to Albaraka Turk who won two categories at last years Financial Innovation Awards (FIA).
FIA winners: Albaraka Turk
Albaraka Turk

FIA winners: Albaraka Turk

Feb 21, 2019
Albaraka Turk
FIA winners: Albaraka Turk

How to tackle common finance interview questions

Feb 19, 2019
Nigel Armitt
Nigel Armitt shares some of the most common questions you will come across in a finance interview, along with a framework for preparing your answer to include the detail interviewers are looking for.
How to tackle common finance interview questions
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How to tackle common finance interview questions

Feb 19, 2019
Nigel Armitt
How to tackle common finance interview questions

Failure is a success!

Feb 12, 2019
Keith Pond
One of the most innovative parts of the Insolvency Act 1986, relating to individuals, was the introduction of the Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA). IVAs are private agreements between debtors and their creditors to compound their debts and avoid bankruptcy. Once 75%, by value, of creditors have agreed to the IVA it becomes binding on all creditors. Slow to start, but championed by a few Insolvency Practitioners (IPs), IVAs have grown in numbers. As private agreements (unlike Bankruptcy) debtors can retain certain assets and introduce third-party assets and income, provided creditors get a better deal than they would in bankruptcy.
Failure is a success!
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Failure is a success!

Feb 12, 2019
Keith Pond
Failure is a success!