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How to make cashflow work for you

Understanding cashflow patterns could help not only your own business but also the wider economy, says researcher Dr Xin Chang. Entrepreneur Ed Reeves is proud of the fact that he sent his first invoice to his first ever customer before…

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A time to venture?

High risk and a leap in the dark - venture capital isn't for everyone. How can anyone seeking to invest in it gain a better understanding of the risks and potential rewards? For the investor who wants to add a…

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Senior management? Don’t understand finance? Don’t panic, there is an answer

Cambridge Judge's Finance & Accounting Programme for Non-Financial Managers aims to demystify the dark arts of accounting. Every organisation aims to paint a rose-tinted picture of its finances. It's vital to maintain a healthy, confident profile for your customers, partners…

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Decisions about the future

Investing from the gut

'Gut feelings' help make more successful financial traders. Financial traders are better at reading their 'gut feelings' than the general population - and the better they are at this ability, the more successful they are as traders, according to new…

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Finance app partnership

Fintech company Pariti, founded by alumnus of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, announces partnership with loan provider Zopa. Pariti CEO, Matthew Ford, who founded the London-based fintech company in 2014, attended the PGDE programme, delivered by the…

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Former IMF official Peter Doyle on the euro, China, Brexit and other issues

We spoke to Peter Doyle about major issues affecting the global economy following his recent talk to Master of Finance (MFin) students at Cambridge Judge Business School. Why did you chose to work at the Bank of England and then…

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Brexit concept

‘Form over substance’ in new UK company reporting rules?

New UK disclosure rules did not curb CEO pay or improve pay-performance link, but instead led to "opportunistic reporting" for reputation management, finds study by Cambridge Judge Business School and King's College London. The first year of new UK disclosure rules…

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New limits to arbitrage

The structure of institutional stock ownership - not just the per cent of total institutional ownership - is important in understanding how limits to arbitrage prevent investors from adjusting prices to their efficient values, says study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business…

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Citi EMEA director on finance career expectations

Cambridge Judge Business School alumna Irina Kim talks about corporate banking, career boosting and the current financial job market. Irina Kim, the London-based Regional Relationship Director for Citigroup Europe, Middle East and Africa, was a member of the Cambridge Judge's…

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Cambridge MFin City Sepaker Series speaker on financial careers

Banking wisdom: flexibility is important in a fast-changing world

Senior roles at Citigroup, the Bank of England and now Standard Chartered Bank has taught Chris Daniels the importance of an open mind. It's really important to be flexible. I initially studied medicine, then became a lawyer and then went…

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