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The Finanser’s Week: 31st August 2020 – 6th September 2020

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The main blog discussions this week include …. Why big banks get bigger (it’s all about Pac-Man) I’ve spent a long time writing about how bad banks are with technology and digital transformation … but I’ve never said banks will be eaten by technology. So many other companies and ...

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The Finanser’s Week: 31st August 2020 – 6th September 2020

The Finanser’s Week: 31st August 2020 – 6th September 2020

The main blog discussions this week include …. Why big banks get bigger (it’s all about Pac-Man) I’ve spent a long time writing about how bad banks are with technology and digital ...

The Finanser’s Week: 16th December – 22nd December 2019

The Finanser’s Week: 16th December – 22nd December 2019

The main blog headlines are … Have Yourself a Merry FinTech Christmas So it’s the holiday season and time for some time off. I’m back on January 6th 2020. The only thing I can say is … ...

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What broke the bank

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Banks have been trying to rebuild trust since the global financial crisis. They have touted corporate responsibility and stakeholder capitalism as core tenets of their businesses. Covid-19 ...

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New online finance course with Bank of England starts

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The first cohort on Warwick Business School and Bank of England’s ground-breaking new course are set to start the online programme.