The Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation is a forum for debate and research about the future of the international finance services sector.
Brussels for Breakfast
"This will be the 123rd meeting of our little group – and its relevance continues regardless of the debate in Westminster. Arguably, now we have a better idea of what Mrs. May means by ‘Brexit’ – as well as a better sense of the timing she has in mind. What we don’t have that good a handle on yet is how Brussels is going to respond – and, by Brussels I mean the Council (with Tusk and Didier Seeuws), the Commission (with Barnier), the Parliament etc."
Future of AIM
"The LSE’s website describes AIM as the most successful growth market in the world, having listed over 3,600 companies since its launch in 1995. Most people would agree – though the market did have its fair share of teething troubles, particularly at the smaller cap end. Now, AIM faces some difficult choices. So, it is a good time to take stock - and we are, therefore, delighted that Nikhil Rathi, CEO at the LSE (and Director of International Development), has agreed to lay out the group’s strategy and its plans for the growth sector."
Jane Fuller, CSFI co-director, sat down with Francesco Guerrera (Politico) and Sam Tymms (Promontory) to discuss whether there is a regulatory pendulum in banking - and in whose favour it is swinging.
Jane Fuller, CSFI co-director, discusses the Office of Tax Simplification's agenda for 2016 and beyond.
Christine Allison, CSFI Financial Inclusion Fellow, talks to Malcolm Brown, director of the Church's Mission & Public Affairs Department, about the role of the Church of England in providing socially responsible financial services.
Jane Fuller, co-director of the CSFI, talks to Brian Bartaby (CEO of Proplend) following the Centre's April 26 round-table on innovations in property finance.
Jane Fuller, co-director of the CSFI, talks to Tim Jones (former CEO of NEST) following the Centre's March 7 round-table on the Chancellor's priorities for pensions reform.
The CSFI aims to bridge the gap between emerging financial innovators and established institutions through a programme of round-tables, presentations, product demos and workshops. Contact Harry Atkinson to find out more.
Financial World is the journal of ifs University College. Published six times per year in association with the CSFI, Financial World aims to bring together thought-provoking research and commentary on the health of the domestic and international financial services sector. The journal reaches around 20,000 financial services professionals, including all corporate and individual supporters of the CSFI.
Academic Expert Directory
The Academic Expert Directory is an online platform where academics and other specialists can connect with financial services practitioners seeking expert advice. The service is simple to use - and free.
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