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Social impact investment just paid off

Sometimes a big idea - even one that starts modestly - can thoroughly transform our view of what is possible

31 July 2017
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Debate: has globalisation had its day?

In this month's debate we ask: are we beginning to see the end of the potent political force that is globalisation?

27 July 2017
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How to define good leadership

The test of your leadership is how well you delegate to those who work for you, says Jo Owen

27 July 2017
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Letter from India

Ram Iyer captures how India’s rich history and culture are merging with superfast regulatory changes

27 July 2017
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The cost of Brexit: crunching the numbers

Hard figures have been absent from much of the debate around the cost of Brexit, says Michael Izza. To help inform the discussion ICAEW has run the numbers

27 July 2017
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From the top: Nick Parker

ICAEW president Nick Parker opens his year in office by setting out how he sees the challenge ahead

27 July 2017
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Career clinic: why a finance background is essential for the top table

Mark Freebairn on the qualities finance professionals can bring to the fore

27 July 2017
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Why austerity has become a misleading term

It has become a catch-all description for a variety of challenges we need solutions to. And that poses difficult questions all round, argues Bronwen Maddox

20 July 2017
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Jane Austen's banking story makes her an apt face for the £10 note

The novelist's life was marked by the financial industry - and not always for the best, finds Emma Clery

20 July 2017
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The politics of Germany's external surplus

While political calculations may prompt Germany to rethink its current-account surplus, there is no compelling economic reason to alter the status quo

17 July 2017

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