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Bank of England believes Brexit could cost 75000 finance jobs – BBC News

Image copyright AFP The Bank of England believes that up to 75,000 jobs could be lost in financial services following Britain’s departure from the European Union. I understand senior figures at the Bank are using the number as a “reasonable scenario”, particularly if there is no specific UK-EU financial services deal. The number could change […]

Singapore Unveils Plan to Create 4,000 Finance Sector Jobs … – Bloomberg

Singapore wants to bolster its status as a wealth management and foreign-exchange center as part of plans to create more financial-sector jobs and mitigate the effect of rapid changes in technology. In a plan unveiled Monday, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said it aims to create 4,000 net new jobs in financial services and financial […]

Australian finance sector not as keen on blockchain as hype suggests: Gartner – ZDNet

Chief information officers from Australian banking and investment services are focusing their resources on business insights and analytics, and not so much on blockchain-based technology, a survey from Gartner has found. Despite the attention and visibility around the distributed ledger technology (DLT), the analyst firm said blockchain is not yet seen as a differentiating technology […]

Finance is full of gimmicks but none of them will help America’s savings crisis — here’s what will – Business Insider

Brian Barnes, M1 Finance, LLC. M1 Finance There’s a savings and retirement crisis in the US, but many of the apps and companies that have popped up to address the problems Americans face fall short. Folks should avoid the fintech gimmicks and embrace engaged investing to build up the necessary nest egg for their future.  […]

Singapore Unveils Plan to Create 4000 Finance Sector Jobs – Bloomberg

Singapore wants to bolster its status as a wealth management and foreign-exchange center as part of plans to create more financial-sector jobs and mitigate the effect of rapid changes in technology. In a plan unveiled Monday, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said it aims to create 4,000 net new jobs in financial services and financial […]

The Damp Squib Of The Innovative Finance ISA – Forbes

The IFISA has not got off to the most exciting of starts (Shutterstock) The idea of the Innovative Finance ISA (IFISA) – if not necessarily the name – garnered excitement among investors from the moment it was announced. Peer-to-peer investing had been growing steadily in reputation over the preceding couple of years, with the returns […]

Financial pros flock to online fintech courses – CNBC

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The Finance 202: The tax bill gets its first big corporate enemy – Washington Post

THE TICKER House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Tex.). (Melina Mara/The Washington Post) The tax overhaul’s big debut week got off to a rough, early start over the weekend. The National Association of Home Builders announced Saturday that it would oppose the package after talks with House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin […]

Week ahead in business and finance – Telegraph.co.uk

Today The UK’s biggest bank, HSBC, kicks off a corporate calendar packed with blue-chip names this morning.  It was announced earlier this month that John Flint, current head of retail banking and wealth management, will take over as chief executive next February and he will inherit a firm on the rise. A six-year overhaul is […]

Flood of Chinese capital seen shaking up aviation finance – Reuters

HONG KONG/PARIS (Reuters) – A flood of low-cost Chinese funding is shaking up the global aircraft leasing market, with Chinese capital now accounting for 28 percent of the $261 billion deployed by leasing firms worldwide, a study suggested on Monday. That is up from 5 percent nine years ago. The influx of more than $70 […]