1. Upate Q1 2017


    from Dave Farmer Added 1 0 0

    Outlook for commercial borrowing in 2017. How regulation will change how lenders assess borrowing as 2017 progresses and why it may help to apply for business finance sooner rather than later

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    • The D.C. Swamp Monster: Steve Mnuchin


      from Will Tooke Added 0 0 0

      He promised to clean up the capital! But has Donald Trump really drained the swamp, or just unleashed a new horde of swamp monsters on D.C.?

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      • Learning Construct's 'Learning and Change Matrices'


        from Martin Jones Added 10 0 0

        These Learning Construct (www.learningconstruct.eu) analytical tools define and map the organisational goals together with the appropriate levers of change, to create a matrix of measurable targets…

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        • AcadiaSoft's Collateral 2020 May Webinar


          from AcadiaSoft - Chris Dimmick Added 112 0 0

          AcadiaSoft's May Collateral 2020 webinar; review of sessions held so far and overview of the new Compressed Settlement Timeframes. Chaired by Chris Walsh,CEO of AcadiaSoft and AcadiaSoft's…

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          • AcadiaSoft's Collateral 2020 March Webinar


            from AcadiaSoft - Chris Dimmick Added 122 0 0

            A recording of the AcadiaSoft April 28th Collateral 2020 Webinar. Chaired by Chris Walsh,CEO of AcadiaSoft. With Richard Barton, AcadiaSoft's head of Product and StateStreet's Wayne Forsythe.

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            • From Gold to Paper and Back Again - Professor Jagjit Chadha


              from Gresham College Added 33 0 0

              Starting his series on the history and science of monetary policy, Jagjit Chadha examines the gold standard: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/from-gold-to-paper-and-back-again Money…

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              • $ETTLE UP: Is The Fed Wrong?


                from Bloomberg Government Added

                Is The Federal Reserve Wrong? The Fed will continue its tapering of QE; in April it will create the funds to buy $55 billion bonds, rather than the $65 billion it bought in March. Yes - this suggests…

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                • Fuelling the Debate: The English Corn Law returns, the Corn Laws and the birth of political economy - D'Maris Coffman


                  from Gresham College Added 69 0 0

                  The Corn Returns, agricultural data from the 18th and 19th centuries, represent a key resource for historians trying to understand the emergence of modern agricultural markets and the effects of protective…

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                  • Should the UK Adopt Money GDP Targets? - Professor Douglas McWilliams


                    from Gresham College Added 3 0 0

                    Following the lecture on 'A New Theory of Economic Growth' in the previous year, and with a new Governor of the Bank of England, this lecture looks at a different way of targeting economic…

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                    • Reining in the speculators (part 1 of 2)


                      from World Development Movement Added 1 0 0

                      On 4th September 2013, EU negotiators met to agree new rules on food speculation. On the morning of this crucial meeting, WDM campaigners joined up with other European campaigners (Friends of the…

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