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A banking morality tale
Wells Fargo Fined $185 Million for Fraudulently Opening Accounts. The following first appeared in the New York Times last month and showed that old banking habits die hard. In fact the scandal was been so great that the US Senate, House Financial Services Committee decided to intervene. ...more >
October 20, 2016
I met her in a club down in old Soho.
With the summer now well and truly over, some startling news emerged that women having NHS funded sex changes are also being given NHS fertility treatment so they can have babies after they become men. ...more >
October 6, 2016
Boring is as boring does
I recently had through my door a local magazine, you know, the type that has all sorts of information in a glossy A4 format about local ‘stuff and people’ that these days the internet is the ‘go to’ to find out about. ...more >
September 5, 2016
Tattoos and the workplace
Now I do understand that as the generations roll on, standards and expectations in business do not always meet with what would have been deemed acceptable in my younger days, but after my recent meeting with my new business banking relationship manager, something appeared very wrong in the world of banking and possibly elsewhere. ...more >
July 26, 2016
Regulation, will we ever get it right?
Regulation should not be pursued at any cost and in such a way, applied like a tattoo only to be regretted when the effect of the alcoholic induced stupor that fuelled its creation has gone away. The NHS is an example of regulation on ‘acid’. ...more >
July 25, 2016