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ArticleSalary Finance recently released The Employer’s Guide to Financial Wellbeing, the ultimate primer on what constitutes financial wellbeing, how financially fit you are, the effects of poor financial health, and what you can do to improve your financial wellness.
ArticleWe’re delighted to announce that we’re launching in the US and setting up a New York office. We’ve seen a growing demand for FinTech, EdTech and AI-powered companies in North America, driven by the powerful impact that they can have on both businesses and the general public alike.
ArticleI enjoyed studying Engineering Science at the University of Oxford. However, I wanted to go beyond pure research and begin tackling real world problems. I was excited to take the scientific methods, statistical models, and mathematics which I had learnt and implement these to design and build solutions for complex business problems, or to generate new insights.
ArticleA mixture of nervousness and excitement quickly set in as I walked into One Hammersmith Broadway on the first day of my summer internship, in early July. Now, looking back eight weeks on, I realise the only emotion I should have felt was the latter: excitement.
ArticleCongratulations to the teams at Oakbrook Finance and Liberis! We’re so proud to see them ranked 16th and 83rd position respectively in the fastest growing Tech companies list published by The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100.
ArticleCongratulations to Asesh Sarkar and his team at Salary Finance! They recently announced that they’ve raised $20M worth of Series B funding - we’re delighted to be part of this, along with multinational financial services company Legal & General. The investment will be used to launch and scale Salary Finance in the U.S., as well as to continue to support its rapid growth in the UK.
Article10 weeks have come and gone and I’m feeling encouraged, determined and exhausted! Not expecting the last one… don’t let them tell you internships are a doss. I’m 1 of 14 interns working across the Blenheim Chalcot businesses, most of returning to university richer & a little wiser.
ArticleIn Music’s “Moneyball” moment: why data is the new talent scout, Michael Hanns explains that record labels have always relied on their A&R department (artists and repertoire) to scout upcoming talent. But the process hasn’t been the most efficient - despite a global spend of $2.8 billion on A&R, only a quarter of signings have become commercially successful. As the industry changes - from consumers buying records to streaming music online - so has the scouting process.