2/3rds of Financial Institutions Prepared for a No Deal-Brex

The Financial Institutions Sentiment Survey, now in its fourth year, canvassed the views of more than 100 senior decision makers at a broad range of organisations – from global banks and insurers to intermediaries, investors and asset managers – to explore the key themes shaping their sector. The report found that more than half of […]

How Struggling Businesses Can Come Back from th

Here negotiations expert at Huthwaite International, Neil Clothier offers exclusive commentary about why negotiations so often fail for businesses on the brink of collapse. Brexit, the gig economy, the death of the high street, mismanagement wherever the blame may lay, some of the UK’s biggest brands have collapsed in the past five years. From Thomas […]

Is Online Investing a Safe Way to Obtain Liquidity for a Bus

 While some are interested in obtaining a bit of extra liquidity for personal use, others are motivated due to the fact that such funds can be used to become partnered with a trusted B2B ecommerce platform. The main question involves whether or not virtual trading represents a sound fiscal strategy or an unnecessary risk. Let […]

The Top 5 Cryptocurrencies Everyone Should Know

Cryptocurrency is any currency which can be referred to as digital money and is taken online in the form of coins and/or tokens. However, just as so many cryptocurrencies have debuted in the physical world like credit cards, a large proportion of them continues to remain intangible. The term “crypto”, which is widely used in […]

5 Ways Data Is Changing the Role of the Finance Professional

In short, this means that in order to continue to be seen as a value-added service or department, finance professionals must evolve to keep up with ever-changing technologies. Laura Timms product strategy manager at MHR Analytics explores  with Finance Monthly some of the biggest changes we can expect to see in the role over the […]

Are Regulations Defining the Future of Biometrics?

Most sectors are having to comply with said rules and conform to industry trends, thus evolving based on the limitations regulations have imposed on them. According to Aravind Srimoolanathan, Senior Research Analyst – Aerospace, Defence & Security at Frost & Sullivan, this is particularly applicable in the biometrics sector, as it progresses in line with […]

The Battle of Traditional Banks for Business Banking Account

This is why banks are lining up to convince business owners they are the right bank for them – however, according to Steve Morgan, Senior Director of Financial Services at Pega, there are several key factors to consider when choosing a bank for your business accounts. In a recent Pega survey of 340 UK businesses […]

Late Payments Costing SMEs at Least £51.5 Billion a Year

Of greater concern is the impact of late payments on the long-term health of the UK economy, which is estimated to have cost UK SMEs at least £51.5 billion in the last 12 months, but the true figure is likely to be much higher. The new research from Hitachi Capital UK has determined the financial […]

The Richest Self-Made Woman Earns the Average Salary in Just

RS Components looked at some of the world’s richest women who saw net worth increases between 2018 and 2019 to see how long it took them to earn your wage. So which females are leading the way in business? At aged 72, Diane Hendricks is the richest self-made woman with a net worth of $6.3 […]

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