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To what extent will fintech disrupt financial services?

An interview at the recent economics conference of the Austrian central bank (OeNB) in Vienna

Out of Africa: Notes from a visit to Kenya

Financial services for a developing economy need to be established from the bottom up, not the top down.

‘Other People’s Money’ presentation in the Netherlands

See John's presentation to the Dutch pension industry at Utrecht University on January 24th 2016.

Corporate Governance: BEIS Select Committee written evidence

Background and responses to specific questions:

How to be your own investment manager

Three simple rules — pay less, diversify more, and be contrarian — will serve almost everyone well.

How to invest for a comfortable retirement

Regular investment in an Isa or Sipp, focusing on a diverse range of equities and property (rather than bonds) is likely to serve most investors well, especially if costs are kept to a minimum. As confidence grows, a contrarian approach can reduce risk without compromising return.

Reflection on the Kay Review and corporate governance

John explains the one thing he'd do if he could now revise the Kay Review of UK Equity Markets and Long-term Decision Making and identifies ways to improve corporate governance.

Ransacked: A new film about Iceland and the financial crisis

John appears towards the end of this trailer.

Deutsche Bank interview on BBC World Service

John explains how the current problems at Deutsche Bank are symptomatic of analytical and political failures following the 2008 financial crisis, which have allowed the industry to continue without a much-needed restructuring.

Essays on modern monetary policy pt. 3: The folly of negative...

Business history, of a sort, was made last week by the French pharmaceutical company, Sanofi, its blood thinner Plavix familiar to those with arteriosclerosis,...

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