Habito, the digital mortgage adviser which uses AI technology, has just raised millions in funding from investors in Silicon Valley – and says it is on course to have processed half a billion pounds’ worth of mortgage applications by the end of 2017.
I have worked in the global infrastructure market for over 25 years and have seen many different types of deals and how to finance them.
I have taught Masters of Finance (MFIN) students at major universities and executive courses on Wall Street for years.
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As Brexit talks approach and the start of Britain’s exit from the European Union looks set to get under way, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has warned companies not to ignore the bloc’s new data-protection regulations, due to come into effect in 2018.
The UK’s financial watchdog does not wish to ‘overload’ banks and wealth managers with volumes of industry guidance in its bid to minimise financial crime, according to a senior official.
Some of Labour’s leadership team are hoping to win back working-class voters with their own industrial strategy, according to John Mills.
The British Telecom (BT) accounting debacle in Italy has seen almost 20% wiped off the telecom giant’s share value, coinciding with a 37% decline in third-quarter profits.
Six people, including two former bankers of HBoS, have been found guilty of bribery and fraud that cost the bank’s customers millions of pounds.
India will be spending big in the 2017 financial year on infrastructure, rural development and towards alleviating poverty.