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India – A Goldmine for Human Capital

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  With over a 1.4 billion people, 117 billionaires, and CEO’s who lead the worlds largest companies, India is recognised as a country of exceptional human capital talent and from my recent experience I can understand why. As we expand our operations globally I m having more and more interaction with Indian business Leaders, Heads […]

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Adapting to a Pandemic- Banking Technology Innovations

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Banks roll out the robots to combat COVID In these unprecedented times, almost every individual and every business has seen a dramatic change in their finances. So imagine how dramatic the change is when your business is finance. Financial companies, both banking and non-banking, are turning to new banking tech like robotics and automation to […]

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LOCKDOWN! – What I’ve learnt..

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“Its been nice spending time with the family, but I think I’m ready to go back to the office” “I have no interest in going back to the office as I m saving on train fare and actually more efficient at home” “I’m climbing up the walls in my apartment and need to get back […]

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Green Shoots of Recovery

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Slowly but surely the UK economy is beginning the journey back to a ‘new normal’. The City is open although most City Slickers are now happy trading/broking from home and going into London for team meetings, employers are keen to get the team spirit back. On one side we see Bulge Bracket Investment Banks announcing […]

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Middle East – still an attractive proposition?

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Dubai – As Oil prices plummet, costs of living increases and Dubai introduces VAT, is it still an attractive place to be based? I say …Absolutely! Despite the above, several technology firms are filling the void made by Energy companies who have been retracting from the region. The likes of Wipro / Tata / IBM […]