Dame Helena Morrissey: Women Rising to the Top and Helping Business to Flourish

Dame Helena Morrissey understands how isolating and intimidating it can be for women in the male-dominated financial sector. She’s a seasoned expert with over three decades of experience in the financial services sector. During her 15-year tenure as CEO of

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World Bank: Pandemic Recovery is an Opportunity to Step Up Climate Change Action in Europe and Central Asia

2021 needs to be the year that climate change urgency truly entered the collective consciousness and lasting action followed. In the same way the effects of climate damage are often described as irreversible, so too is the movement calling for

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Q&A with Michael Glinski, CEO of Porsche Schweiz: Alternative Fuels, an Unbroken Legacy, and a Sports Car’s Place in the Modern World

Porsche: it’s always been a ‘dream’ car. But what does the future hold for the famous marque in the years ahead? CFI.co finds out in discussion with Porsche Schweiz chief executive Michael Glinski. How has your background helped you as

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Government Should End Secretive Trade Negotiations, say UK Parliamentarians

The government should overhaul its secretive approach to post-Brexit trade negotiations, according to a new report. The All-Party Parliamentary Group for Trade & Export Promotion, which is backed by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), suggests negotiations should be open

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Roche: New Solutions to Old Problems? Fintech Can Change Healthcare

Fintech is a term applied to technology-driven disruptions such as mobile money, blockchain, and big data analytics in payment, banking, or insurance services. Given its digital nature, Fintech has made financial services more inclusive, accessible, and affordable by reaching millions

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Be a People Person: Networking is the Path to Business Success

If it’s not what you know but who you know, networking is de rigueur for business people and entrepreneurs. We all do it, but some do it better, and more mindfully, than others. Some do it without even trying. So

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Lord Waverley: A New Chapter for the UK and a Meeting Place for the World

With the EU agreement now in place, the United Kingdom has the chance to develop a strategy that addresses the ambitions and goals of the country at large. The halcyon days of yesteryear have not diminished but do need to

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UniCredit’s Roberta Marracino: Banking with a Social Impact

Determined to help shape the post-pandemic ‘new normal’, UniCredit is stepping on the accelerator to redouble its efforts at sparking meaningful change in the lives of accountholders and in the wider society. UniCredit’s Social Impact Banking programme, first launched in

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Wealth on the Move: HNWIs Continually Searching for their Own Little Piece of Paradise

There is continuous movement of wealth around the world. And the wealthy migrate both away from — and towards. Last year, high net worth individuals (a HNWI has personal net assets exceeding $1 million) in the emerging and frontier economies

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UK Struggles with Economic Illiteracy as Crisis Worsens

Britons’ grasp of basic economics is tenuous at best and more likely than not, virtually inexistent. A report commissioned by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) found that most people in the UK lack the ability to assess economic performance

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