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People living with dementia “sitting ducks” for both online and offline fraud

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People with dementia report a litany of challenges when engaging with the financial services and payments industry, according to a new report...

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Starling Bank grows headcount by 20% this year

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Starling Bank has increased its headcount by 20% since the start of 2022 to more than 2,000 employees. The bank  announced its first full year of profitability in July 2022...

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UK fintech Ordo secures £10m in Series A

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London-based Open Banking and request to pay fintech Ordo has raised £10 million in a Series A funding round led by Equinox Systems.

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Hearing From: Romi Savova, Founder and CEO of PensionBee

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With pensions a hugely hot topic for the UK government at the moment, we spoke to none other than PensionBee's Romi Savova. From start-up to public company, what can we learn...

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Women in the workplace nearly three times as likely as men to be target of sexist jokes

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Research reveals gender biased language and stereotypes are widespread in the workplace, as almost half (46%) of UK employees use gender biased terms like 'guys' at work

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Hearing from: Tracey Davies, President of Money 20/20

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We were lucky enough to catch up with Tracey ahead of Money 20/20's Vegas show later this month. Read more about the show's growth, how diversity is embraced, and Tracey’s top tips for speakers…

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To ‘err’ is human: Language fillers and avoiding “erm”.

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When listening back to podcasts, or radio slots, it's natural to be really self aware of the language fillers you're using. So what are fillers? They’re the words we use outside of the main point we

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When should I get paid to speak?

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The majority of fintech industry events don’t actively pay for people to speak and contribute. Often, being invited to speak, or securing a place after pitching yourself to take part, is done on

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Moderating vs Speaking – What’s the difference and how should you prepare

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Something I feel quite strongly about, having sat through hundreds of panels over the years, is that there is a real art to moderating. It’s completely different compared to simply ‘speaking’, a

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Apologising at work

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Is apologising in the workplace really the faux pas it’s made out to be? There’s plenty of research out there telling women to apologise less at work.

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