March 2017 – The General Council of the Bar recently published a second edition of the “Brexit Papers” which included new sections detailing their firm opinions on the importance of passporting in the eventual Brexit negotiations. The report, originally published in December of 2016, is a lengthy document which thoroughly details how the UK’s legal profession believes Continue reading
“Another pint, please”, is a phrase you’ll be hearing less and less during lunch hours in London’s Square Mile, as Lloyds of London has officially banned alcohol consumption during working hours, driving a nail into the soggy coffin of the City’s drinking culture. What seems like a common-sense policy came as quite a surprise to […]Continue reading
Where there was once the World’s Fair, the event where citizens from around the globe would travel to a foreign land to marvel at the technological wonders that the best and brightest of the age were putting on display, there is now an exhibition that garners nearly the same type of audience: CES. In 2016, […]Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be nice to know what mysteries the future holds for financial marketing? Being proactive instead of reactive would be a refreshing change of pace for most, but how can you be sure what you’re investing time and money in is the best decision for you and your company? Unfortunately things got a bit […]Continue reading
After two full days of learning from and networking with industry leaders, it’s safe to say the 2016 DMFS Summit was a complete success. We came away from the 2016 Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit in New York with so much insight from so many amazing, knowledgeable people from all corners of the industry. […]Continue reading
Back in July, we wrote about how the recent news of the UK’s departure from the EU would possibly impact the exchange of data between European countries, as well as the world at large. Well, quite a lot has changed since then and what was opaque before is becoming increasingly translucent, so we thought it appropriate […]Continue reading
Knackered Nation Despite the effort to maintain a Churchill-esque “keep calm and carry on” outward appearance, Brits are secretly adopting more of a Margaret Thatcher “4 hours sleep is all the body needs” attitude, according to a recent study. The study, conducted by Aviva across 13 different countries in Europe, North America and Asia, found […]Continue reading
R.I.P. Vine: 2013 – 2016 It seems like only six seconds ago that Vine – the social media application which allows users to piece together short, looping videos to share with their friends and the internet at large – stormed its way onto the social media scene, with the help of its big brother, Twitter. Seemingly […]Continue reading