Business Money - issue 262 - January 2018

23-Jan-2018

Fintech: PSD2 and open banking – a new beginning?
Insight from Jonathan Segal, partner at Fox Williams LLP

Education – it never stops
Having spent 40 years operating in the finance sector, Ian Lewis of Reward Finance Group works to impart his knowledge to others in the industry

Marketing focus for 2018
By Mike Symes, chief executive of Financial Marketing

The law in our own hands
Vehicle finance broker and consultant Graham Hill expresses some concern over the legal implications of Britain’s departure from the EU

Confidence stays stable as hiring intentions improve
Gareth Oakley, managing director for SME banking, presents key findings from Lloyds Bank’s latest Business in Britain report

Business Moneyfx Bulletin: A win-win scenario for export relationships
Makella Benjamin, corporate consultant at Currencies Direct, explains how a hedging strategy can benefit you and your overseas customers

Steering the ship safely

NACFB CEO Graham Toy walks through how the trade association is shaping up in 2018

Attempting to predict the unpredictable
Chris Lee reflects

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Remaining resilient in spite of global uncertainty

Miles Gibson of CBRE summarises the group’s latest annual Real Estate Market Outlook report for the UK

ABN AMRO: A new era
Robert Lefroy discusses the formation of ABN AMRO Asset-Based Finance N.V. with managing director Richard de Keijzer

A new adventure

Business Money editor Matthew Smith chats with businesswoman and globetrotter Julie Ashmore Dann

The art of switching off

Ian Cass, managing director of the Forum of Private Business, takes a look at some new research findings

Forecast for the new year
John Brehcist ponders what might be in store for the factoring industry and the global economy in 2018

Fintech will continue to steal the show in 2018

Kevin Day, CEO at HPD Software, considers the latest technological trends and offers his predictions for the year ahead

Councel's Opinion: Wishful thinking
City barrister Mark Watson-Gandy discusses the High Court’s decision in Blue v Ashley plca