Brexit is causing ‘a loss of confidence’ in the UK’s financial sector. But are sentiments about indecision and delay enough to declare that a recession bound disaster is on its way”
Recruiters and HR managers have seen an increase in hiring rates for the financial sector over the last five years. However, the number of roles requiring emerging technology skills has outstripped the number of available candidates.
A bad Brexit deal hammering financial services exports could have a bigger impact on regional cities than London.
Whether you are for it, or against it, everyone can agree Brexit has proved to be the most significant challenge businesses have faced in a generation. The resulting uncertainty caused confidence to drop, but the fog may finally be clearing up.
It’s common for companies, particularly those in London’s financial services, to record business calls. But is it all completely legal” MiFID II is coming.
The financial services sector is broken. However, it is not broke. It still generates enormous revenue, but it does so within a system that is quickly becoming unsustainable.
Chris Burke, CEO of Brickendon, explains why the financial services sector should be working hard to retain female talent.
Back in 2007, disaster struck the financial services world, but it wasn’t the events of those dark nights in New York that caused it – it was years of change within financial services. Change was inevitable, but is change always good
Banks are less optimistic about growth prospects as global volatility gets worse.
With the Real Business "I'm voting as…" series taking us all around the UK looking for input, the latest stop is in Wales where Ed Prescott and his insurance broking firm are after a leadership that will provide a consistent business taxation environment.
London, along with New York, is one of the world’s two undisputed global financial centres, well ahead of the Eurozone’s two most significant centres Frankfurt and Paris. But much of this success has come from insurance and financial service exports, which may now be in sharp decline.
The new Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Andrea Leadsom, announced Friday that a new financial partnership will be opened up between Britain and India.