To foster innovation is one of the key drivers of any successful business. We spoke with the CEO of Monevo, Greg Cox, to see how he is disrupting the lending space.
Having been part of team behind Ormsby Street’s rapid growth, Robert Drury had to plan his next move after existing the business in search of a new challenge.
Having only been in the job a few months before overseeing an ambitious £154m institutional funding round, Cristina Alba Ochoa explained her approach to the process and what it’s like working for OakNorth Bank, a challenger financier.
If we suddenly learned the world would end tomorrow, someone would make money from the discovery. At the very least, to quote singer Tom Lehrer: “Lloyd’s of London would be loaded when they go.” It also sums up the crux of this guide.
We talk with Fleximize CEO and founder Peter Tuvey, who delivers insight into creating a second company, changing the world of business funding and ensuring the attractiveness of your company to investors.
Blockchain is, slowly but surely, reaching corporate consciousness. As the Harvard Business Review has put it, blockchain is a “quiet revolution.”
The tech sector thrived in Q1 2017, so we’ve broken down the first quarter’s results with an infographic detailing how the British venture capital investing was done.
Tide, an SME banking app, has secured a $14m Series A investment from Spotify and iZettle investor Creandum and fintech fund Anthemis.
Financial services company Fiserv has stepped in to table a £70m offer for troubled technology business Monitise, after share price erosion of 96 per cent in three years.
Michael Hufton, CEO of ingage, recounts his tale of joining an 11-day government trade mission to the farthest corner of the globe.
The hiring plans of the finance sector is the primary reason London has seen a 17 per cent month-on-month increase in available jobs, a Morgan McKinley Financial Services report explained.
It takes a lot for me to get even mildly excited about a bank these days. But a bank that ‘just works’ for an SME stays out of the way, and doesn’t issue time fines or patronise you? Now that’s a little different.