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Markos Kashiouris on the evolution of the forex market | Iron FX | Video

World Finance interviews Markos Kashiouris, Chairman and CEO of IronFX, about how the forex market has evolved over the past five years

World Finance interviews Markos Kashiouris, Chairman and CEO of IronFX, about how the forex market has evolved over the past five years

Since the onset of the 2008 global financial crisis, the forex market has grown to become an investment class on its own. Markos Kashiouris, Chairman and CEO of IronFX, talks about the impact of changes on the market and new hotspots for trading growth. ...

Entrepreneurs are ‘drowning’ in incubators, says tech expert of government’s Silicon Roundabout | Video

World Finance interviews Hanadi Jabado, Director of Accelerate Cambridge, to discuss whether the government's Silicon Roundabout incubators have any intrinsic value

World Finance interviews Hanadi Jabado, Director of Accelerate Cambridge, to discuss whether the government’s Silicon Roundabout incubators have any intrinsic value

Has the government's Tech City initiative - otherwise known as Silicon Roundabout - helped entrepreneurs realise their dreams? One silicon-sceptic is Hanadi Jabado, Director of Accelerate Cambridge and a technology expert. World Finance speaks to Jabado t...

Sky-high rents force tech start-ups to leave London’s Silicon Roundabout | Video

World Finance interviews This Is My Jam Co-founder Hannah Donovan on how expensive rent is eroding the start-up culture of London's Silicon Roundabout

World Finance interviews This Is My Jam Co-founder Hannah Donovan on how expensive rent is eroding the start-up culture of London’s Silicon Roundabout

Hannah Donovan, Co-founder and Design Director of This Is My Jam, speaks about the changing vibe of London's Silicon Roundabout. With rents reaching extortionate prices and the government pushing its own agenda, is the Old Street tech hub losing its allur...

Nigel Stanley: Osborne’s pension reform ‘destroyed a very carefully built consensus’ | Video

World Finance interviews Nigel Stanley, Head of Campaigns and Communications for the Trades Union Congress, about the implications of George Osborne's pension reform on annuities

World Finance interviews Nigel Stanley, Head of Campaigns and Communications for the Trades Union Congress, about the implications of George Osborne’s pension reform on annuities

George Osborne's 2014 budget marked the end of compulsory annuities for pensions. Was this a move too far? Nigel Stanley, Head of Campaigns and Communications for the Trades Union Congress, believes the Chancellor's decision has "destroyed a very carefull...

FCA pension report leaves insurance market reeling | Video

World Finance interviews Tom McPhail, Head of Pensions Research at Hargreaves Lansdown, about the impact of the FCA pension report on the insurance market

World Finance interviews Tom McPhail, Head of Pensions Research at Hargreaves Lansdown, about the impact of the FCA pension report on the insurance market

The rip-off pension enquiry report that led to a massive destabilisation of insurers is continuing to rock the industry. But is putting more power in the hands of the public really the right move? And who stands to gain the most? Head of Pensions Research...

Thomas Maier and Matthew Jordan-Tank on non-conventional PPPs | EBRD | Video

World Finance interviews Thomas Maier and Matthew Jordan-Tank from EBRD about non-conventional PPPs

World Finance interviews Thomas Maier and Matthew Jordan-Tank from EBRD about non-conventional PPPs

Providing project financing for banks, industries and businesses, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) invests in projects that could not attract finance on similar terms, paving the way for much needed development. Thomas Maier and...

‘Economics is a broken science’: Dr George Cooper on his new book Money, Blood and Revolution | Video

World Finance interviews Dr George Cooper, fund manager and author of new book 'Money, Blood and Revolution', about how to fix the broken science of economics

World Finance interviews Dr George Cooper, fund manager and author of new book ‘Money, Blood and Revolution’, about how to fix the broken science of economics

Developing a modern economic model that effectively charts the world's financial course seems like an impossible task. But that's the call to action set forward by fund manager Dr George Cooper. In his latest book Money, Blood and Revolution he argues fau...

Dr Jerome Booth: ‘the days of an emerging market-wide crisis are over’ | Video

World Finance interviews Dr Jerome Booth, an entrepreneur and leading economist, on the credibility of risk theories, and whether we've got our facts straight about emerging markets

World Finance interviews Dr Jerome Booth, an entrepreneur and leading economist, on the credibility of risk theories, and whether we’ve got our facts straight about emerging markets

Economic theories: just how reliable are they? That's the question that a new book - Emerging Markets in an Upside Down World - aims to answer. World Finance talks to its author, economist and entrepreneur Dr Jerome Booth, about what impact economic theor...

Dr Salimo Abdula on oil production in Mozambique | Intelec Holdings | Video

World Finance interviews Dr Salimo Abdula, chairman of Intelec Holdings, on oil production in Mozambique

World Finance interviews Dr Salimo Abdula, chairman of Intelec Holdings, on oil production in Mozambique

Mozambique is due to become an oil producing country this year, while significant progress is also expected in natural gas and coal production. Chairman of Intelec Holdings, Dr Salimo Abdula, talks about Mozambique's many opportunities. World Finan...

Crimea crisis: why putting strict sanctions on Russia is not a viable option for the EU | Video

World Finance interviews Liam Halligan, economist and financial journalist, on Europe's role in the Crimea crisis and why the EU has been slow to impose strict sanctions

World Finance interviews Liam Halligan, economist and financial journalist, on Europe’s role in the Crimea crisis and why the EU has been slow to impose strict sanctions

After Russian troops moved into Crimea in February, the European and American governments warned that Russia could face tough international sanctions. While America has imposed several sanctions, the EU has been slow to follow. Economist and financial jou...

Fernando Calvillo and Manuel Calvillo on natural gas in Mexico | Fermaca | Video

World Finance interviews Fernando Calvillo and Manuel Calvillo from Fermaca about the transportation of natural gas in Mexico

World Finance interviews Fernando Calvillo and Manuel Calvillo from Fermaca about the transportation of natural gas in Mexico

Interest in Mexico's natural gas has increased substantially over the last five years, due to the price increase of other traditional hydrocarbon fuels. As a result, methods of delivery have also increased. Fernando Calvillo and Manuel Calvillo from Ferma...

Fouad Rashid on the Bahrain stock exchange | Bahrain Bourse | Video

World Finance interviews Fouad Rashid, Director of Bahrain Bourse, to find out about commercial operations on the stock exchange

World Finance interviews Fouad Rashid, Director of Bahrain Bourse, to find out about commercial operations on the stock exchange

The Bahrain stock exchange, now the Bahrain Bourse, opened in 1989 with just under 30 listed companies. Now the exchange lists around 50 companies, and that number is on the increase. World Finance interviews Fouad Rashid, Director of Bahrain Bourse, to f...

Criminal charges a possibility in forex rigging scandal | Video

World Finance interviews Mark Taylor, former foreign exchange trader and Dean of Warwick Business School, on the forex rigging scandal

World Finance interviews Mark Taylor, former foreign exchange trader and Dean of Warwick Business School, on the forex rigging scandal

All eyes are on the BoE as regulators investigate the forex rigging scandal. Dean of Warwick Business School and former foreign exchange trader Mark Taylor shares his insight. World Finance: Mark, what was your initial reaction when you heard about...

Unconditional basic income ‘will be liberating for everyone’, says Barbara Jacobson | Video

World Finance interviews Barbara Jacobson, one of the organisers of the European Citizens' Initiative for an Unconditional Basic Income, about whether such a system is feasible for Europe

World Finance interviews Barbara Jacobson, one of the organisers of the European Citizens’ Initiative for an Unconditional Basic Income, about whether such a system is feasible for Europe

World Finance is soon hosting a round table discussion on unconditional basic income. The debate will include economists, including Liam Halligan, and Guy Standing, proponent of basic income in Europe. To put forth a question to the panel, tweet @Journali...

Musa Shihadeh on CSR and sharia compliance | Jordan Islamic Bank | Video

World Finance interviews Musa Shihadeh, CEO of Jordan Islamic Bank, on social responsibility and sharia compliance

World Finance interviews Musa Shihadeh, CEO of Jordan Islamic Bank, on social responsibility and sharia compliance

With its Sharia quality rating of AA reaffirmed, Jordan Islamic Bank is going from strength to strength. CEO, Vice Chairman & GM Musa Shihadeh talks about being a "pioneer in Islamic banking" and the importance of social responsibility. World F...

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