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Market muscle and the British budget bust-up

November 14, 2022

There are important lessons to be gleaned from the sterling plunge and gilt market crash in September off the back of an ill-conceived “mini” Budget. Politicians should be wary of the market’s power.

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The case for more liberal arts hires in financial services

September 22, 2021

As banks look to promote greater diversity, there is a case for adding academic diversity to the list.

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Back to the office: returning to what?

July 21, 2021

Social interaction is a vital part of the banking industry that we limit at our peril.

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Lessons from a long and bumpy career in banking

April 23, 2021

In these turbulent times, it is worth remembering our industry has always been cyclical, unpredictable and prone to occasional blowouts.

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Financial services left in the cold amid Brexit turmoil

December 7, 2020

The UK and EU positions on this economically vital industry have become tangled and confused.

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