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Bernie Madoff, the man behind the most devastating financial fraud in history, has died. Willard Foxton reflects on how white-collar crime brought tragedy to his family.
The great success of cryptocurrencies has not been their technology, but their ability to inveigle themselves into the financial system.
Our trackers show the UK’s economic recovery will be slower than that of almost any other advanced economy.
The former central banker aims his observations on the climate crisis at the people with the power and money to make a difference. Can we expect them to listen?
Non-fungible tokens have driven a boom in digital art and design, but the investment model they represent is very familiar.
As one of the UK's most high-profile bankers, Robert Wigley witnessed first-hand the long-lasting damage caused by the financial crash.
Associates of prime minister Viktor Orbán have secured valuable EU funds, prompting calls for Brussels to more rigorously regulate its subsidies.
Rather than triggering a surge in private sector investment, foreign aid cuts risk deterring businesses from investing in poorer nations.
This week’s Budget has done little to address the damage the UK has done to its standing with overseas investors.
The Chancellor sees financial deregulation as the means to boost the one sector that probably doesn't need his help.
The UK needs new funding models if it wants to attract private investment, not a small state bank with an undefined mandate.