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Simon Dixon, FT live

I will be speaking at Financial Times Live today on banking innovation

Interview: Balancing regulation and innovation Do regulators have too much power in saying who banks can and cannot do business with? Are banks reacting to regulatory measures by de-risking to an extent which hinders the progress of innovation? In a stringent regulatory environment, with shrinking margins, to what extent are regulations inhibiting development of new…

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George Galloway Crypto CrowdFunding

@GeorgeGalloway MP uses Crypto-CrowdFunding to fund upcoming political campaign on @StartJoin

Could this be the future of transparent political funding? Could the Crowd take the corporates role of funding politics? You decide, but this is history in the making. You can contribute and stay up-to-date with the campaign by clicking on the image below. And you can use the Crypto Currency StartCOIN to contribute giving a…

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Finance 2020

Finance 2020 – Speaking at BT today on the future of finance

@SimonDixonTwitt 'FFF early seed in access to finance' @TheFSForum #FSF2020vision #BankToTheFuture pic.twitter.com/TZSy2NvZWn — Catherine Barrett (@catherineba) November 27, 2014 Very interesting presentation today @SimonDixonTwitt. Would love to invite you to speak at @BrightTALK. Let's chat! pic.twitter.com/ukolcNvtJl — Kelsey Quinn (@kelseylquinn) November 27, 2014 @SimonDixonTwitt fascinating presentation @TheFSForum – you enabled me to understand a huge…

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Lloyds Banking Layoffs & Banking Regulations – Simon Dixon discusses

Financial institutions in the UK are treated based on double standards as different regulations seem to apply to those firms deemed “too big to fail,” says an analyst, Press TV reports. “It seems we have a [financial] regulator that has one rule for banks and one rule for other financial institutions,” Simon Dixon, author of…

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France Debt

French public debt rises to over 2 trillion euros – Simon Dixon discusses

More bad economic news for France. Official data show that the country’s public debt has soared to more than TWO trillion euros. According to the national statistics agency, this is the first time that the public debt of the euro zone’s second-biggest economy has soared to this level. The figure represents over 95 percent of…

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Scottish Independence – Why they chose to be a stub on the end of England

Scotland had the opportunity to lead the world in monetary reform, it had the opportunity to free itself from London banks, it had the opportunity to create their own money supply and it had the opportunity to launch the worlds most up-to-date and innovative currency – instead it chose to be a stub on the…

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