Hindsight is 2020 as storm clouds brew over August
It is not atypical for markets (and current events) to have a funny August, and with coronavirus second wave fears abounding this is unlikely to change in 2020.…
Silly season kicks off as Sunak considers who should foot the coronavirus bill
Will financial services join in with the Facebook advertising boycott?
Why are so many brands bad at social media? Because they’re not authentic
Social media platforms are rightly held to account for toxic content now, but major firms still don’t…
The Carey Sipps judgement, and what it means for advisers
Avid pension legislation enthusiasts will have noted with interest the judgement in the court case Adams vs Carey Pensions, which was finally delivered in…
Bad data, second waves and presidential elections: what next for markets in 2020
Few of us will forget the first half of 2020, which has been dominated by one of the worst pandemics ever witnessed.
Two Minutes With…Stuart Williamson, Director of Communications, Nationwide Building Society
MRM’s Chris Tuite, Director & Head of Consumer Finance, speaks to The Work Crowd
Who else is expecting a ‘quiet’ summer?
Not me, I can tell you. If the recent news of Rebekah Vardy’s impending lawsuit against Coleen Rooney for libel (remember Wagatha Christie?) is anything to go by, H2…