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Q&A: former MI5 director Lord Evans of Weardale

Jonathan Evans considers how his career at MI5 has prepared him for a career in finance

29 November 2017
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Tolley 2017 Autumn Budget analysis

Looking at the headlines before the budget one might think that chancellor Philip Hammond was a condemned man

23 November 2017
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Moving on up

Sandra Haurant takes a look at the trends and opportunities for learning and development within finance and accounting professions

1 November 2017
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Come gather round people

economia feature three community businesses that are run by the people, for the people

1 November 2017
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International rescue

After 30 years working all over the world, Mark Jerome has landed in South Korea, setting up the internal audit office at the Green Climate Fund.

31 October 2017
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Career clinic

It’s become a truism to say the CFO’s role has expanded, says Mark Freebairn. So what does this mean?

31 October 2017
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Credit is due

Accountancy has taken Gregor Mowat to the corners of the globe and some hair-raising situations. Now his focus is bringing people into the credit system

31 October 2017
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A day in the life: Stefan Payne

Stefan Payne is CFO at expanding charter airline Titan Airways. He tells Raymond Doherty about concerts in the sky and the fear of Brexit

31 October 2017
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Disarmed and dangerous

What does the future hold for financial services regulation in a world of economic nationalism and regulatory disarmament?

31 October 2017
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Flexible Balance

In today’s global economy, a country’s labour market can be a source of competitive advantage. But how flexible should a country strive to be?

31 October 2017

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