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The Eurozone – the road to nowhere?

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We recently entertained Laurens Vis, Managing Director of KAS Bank London, to address the Financial Services Club.  Here’s a manuscript of his speech which, to say the least, has some very key messages for the future of the Eurozone: “The Eurozone – the road to nowhere?” Introduction ‘The European Union …

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CAS-WG next meetings

Following on from the recent  CAS-WG plenary session we are pleased to advise of the following dates, venues and times for the next Subject Group meetings.   Regulation: Monday 18th June, 4.30 – 5.30pm at SNR Denton, One Fleet Place, EC4M 7RA Register here Standards: Tuesday 19th June, 4.15 – 6pm at BT, …

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Clearing & Settlement: a coagulation of regulation

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Yesterday marked another milestone in the progress of the Clearing & Settlement Working Group (CAS-WG), with our second plenary meeting. This time it was held at the London Stock Exchange … … and discussed the progress of the four Subject Groups that were created after our first meeting at the …

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“Just Business” by Geraint Anderson

I’ve just finished reading Geraint Anderson’s book, Just Business.  I’m reading it partly because Geraint’s going to be a guest at the Financial Services Club in June, when he launches his new book Payback Time, so I want to be prepped, and also because it’s a fun read reminding me in …

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“Just Business” by Geraint Anderson

I’ve just finished reading Geraint Anderson’s book, Just Business.  I’m reading it partly because Geraint’s going to be a guest at the Financial Services Club in June, when he launches his new book Payback Time, so I want to be prepped, and also because it’s a fun read reminding me in …

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Is there a future for cash?

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The debate about cash is a regular one, and it does roll on and on. Last week’s debate at the Financial Services Club is no exception, and was argued well by heavyweights in opposing corners. In the case for cash, Adam Lawrence of the Royal Mint and Ken Howells of …

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Is there a future for cash?

FOC_panel

The debate about cash is a regular one, and it does roll on and on. Last week’s debate at the Financial Services Club is no exception, and was argued well by heavyweights in opposing corners. In the case for cash, Adam Lawrence of the Royal Mint and Ken Howells of …

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