Breaking the mould: Europe’s financial wunderkinds

With the publication of Forbes “30 under 30”, a series of portraits of 30 of Europe’s most successful young professionals in finance, Finbuzz takes...

The City watchdog is concerned over the wrong usage of algos

FCA CEO Andrew Bailey said: "It's very important to focus on how algos are used. It's one thing having a badly programmed algo. I...

Bring in competitiveness, says City of London

The City of London is advocating for a UK regulatory regime that does not damage competitiveness, responding to bankers' anxiety that not being the...

Property investment fraudsters are banned by FCA

Kathryn Joy Clark and Richard Aston Clay were accused by the Serious Fraud Office of committing 'dishonesty offences', in the area of investments in...

GDP numbers out win Brexit and exceed expectations

According to a recent preliminary GDP release from the Office for National Statistics, Britain's economy grew more quickly than expected in the third quarter...

Wall Street finance platform opens London office

Navatar, the connected growth platform for financial services firms, expands its global footprint with the launch of a new office in London. The new office,...

Brace, brace: Geneva banks get ready for harsh 2017

A great damage has been inflicted upon the Swiss competitive spirit by the strong franc, but Yves Mirabaud, president of the Geneva Financial Center,...

UBS leads blockchain currency team

UBS leads a team comprising four world's most powerful banks which are now focused on delivering a system that will use blockchain technology to allow financial markets to complete...

AXA chief executive Henri de Castries to retire, heading on to lead HSBC

AXA chairman and chief executive Henri Comte de Castries will retire on 1 September 2016, after 27 years at the group and almost 17 years...

Financial exclusion and illiteracy a huge social and economic cost for Britain

Combination of Brexit, historically low interest rates, introduction of Universal Credit and changes to student grants are creating a time bomb that could see even more Britons become...

Planet of Finance launches social network for investors

Headquartered in the Principality of Monaco, Planet of Finance is a social network that is making a name for itself. With over 22,000 members...
Corporate Governance and Activist Investing Conference

Corporate Governance and Activist Investing Conference: Shareholder activism in Europe gains momentum

While shareholder activism in Europe still hasn't matched the levels seen in the U.S., investors and the public are becoming accustomed to the idea...

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