The Midlands has one of the lowest levels of productivity in the UK, leading to a potential loss of up to £20 billion to the region each year, a new report shows.
The Warwick Finance Network runs activities and events to enable networking amongst alumni and students working in the finance industry or in a financial position within their organisation. We hold regular professional networking events throughout the year at WBS London at The Shard, along with an annual, and very popular, Summer Social.
Our objectives are to:
Foster a strong alumni network in the financial service sector
Share research on the latest thinking
Get inspired by industry leaders.
Constantinos Antoniou explains how behavioural finance is vital for central bankers if they are to truly understand the economy and markets and how their policies will affect them.
Nigel Driffield is part of a research group designed to deliver the UK Government's levelling up plan, but they have found holes in Boris Johnson's grand strategy.
The cryptocurrency crash is a painful reminder in the market risks and the need for regulation. Ganesh Viswanath-Natraj looks at the approaches governments could take.
Trumps rambling, ranting approach to Twitter during his presidency shows how one person's tweets can influence currency markets, warns Arie Gozluklu.
Professor Nigel Driffield reveals how regions can attract foreign investment that fits their needs in a post-Brexit economy.
The cost of living crisis could spell disaster for gig economy ride-hailing and takeaway firms as investors tire of subsidising losses, warns John Colley
Ana Glavao reveals a new model that gives a far more up-to-date picture of what is going on with a country's GDP.
Traditional financial and investment management research and work-flows will be heavily disrupted by AI over the next 10 years, a symposium of leading researchers heard.