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24 November 2014

Full time MBA students get to grips with personal leadership during Achieving Your Potential Week

"Toxic" banking culture has cost banks £38.5bn in fines


Professor Laura Empson interviews BBC Director General, Tony Hall

 

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Regulating in Recovery

FCA Chairman, John Griffith-Jones, examines the critical importance of effective conduct financial regulation as we enter a post-crisis period of economic recovery.

Cass actuarial students celebrated at SCOR awards for 8th year running

Cass MSc students have won both SCOR UK Actuarial prizes for the 8th time

Banks need a generation to change culture

"Toxic" banking culture has cost banks £38.5bn in fines

Cass MBA students put leadership skills to the test at Sandhurst

Full time MBA students get to grips with personal leadership during Achieving Your Potential Week

Reverse takeovers: No longer the poor man's IPO

Reverse takeovers hold their own against IPOs as a route to public market, 18-year study shows

Pensions Institute launches consultation on future of retirement income

Professor David Blake leading independent review on boosting savers' retirement income

Happiness at work depends on whether your boss can do your job

Study of 35,000 workers finds job satisfaction has less to do with how much you earn and more to do with how competent your boss is

EMBA Student Blog

Read the latest post from Chinenye Ikwuemesi's EMBA blog

Cass Christmas Angels have £100,000 to help entrepreneurs

Cass Entrepreneurs Network supports start-ups at Annual Pitching Competition

Report: UK fund fees skewed in the interest of fund managers

Study reveals UK's most widespread fee structure does not benefit investors


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