The European Financial Review

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The European Financial Review is a bi-monthly journal bringing you features on financial knowledge and economic affairs. Stay ahead of your competition with insightful finance ideas, information, news and innovation on the move.

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Latest Issue

The Five Paradoxes of Brexit

The Uncomfortable Truth about Brexit

Is the trade war a worrying sign of a new U.S.–China relationship?

How Old is Your Manager? Promotions are Becoming Less Age-Related

The Motivational Power (lessness) of Money

Capitalism is Not the Problem, It is the Solution

Embrace Disruption in Financial Services because It's Here to Stay

Ensuring Banks Take the Right Approach to Digital ID Schemes

The Rise in Social Media Payments – Will Banks Collapse or Collaborate?

How is Technology Disrupting the Property Sector?

The Cybersecurity Challenge in a High Digital Density World

Leave.EU Data Breach: Why Firms Should Take Note of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations

International Regulation of the Internet and Social Media Looms Large

The Marketing Mistakes Fintechs Make and How to Avoid Them

Pressing Pause – Why Fintechs are Delaying Their Route to a Potential IPO

Late payments are a bigger worry than Brexit – the headache of unpaid invoices for small businesses

Finance Companies should be Taking More Credit for R&D

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  • First Issue: August - September 2010
  • Latest Issue: December 2018 - January 2019
  • Issue Count: 51
  • Page Count: 3,848
  • Published: Bi-monthly
  • ISSN: 2059-6839

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