Tag Archives: Mark Carney

Putting our money where their mouth is? We’re not there yet!

Last night I had the chance to listen to the Lord Mayor’s lecture – organised by Gresham College which is a few yards from where I live. If this had happened last year, I would not have been invited or … Continue reading

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If you follow one person in 2021 – make it Mark Carney

  How we get what we value The Reith lectures were delivered this year by Mark Carney. He is to economists what Barack Obama is to politicians, a bellwether of considered common sense and though he is no longer Governor … Continue reading

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“Make my Money Matter” launches Tuesday; here’s your invitation

Make My Money Matter, spearheaded by Richard Curtis, Co-founder of Comic Relief, is launching a movement calling for the trillions of pounds invested in our UK pensions to build a better world – one that puts people and planet alongside profit. … Continue reading

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Welcome to the roaring twenties

There’s a lot of mind-casting going on, us thinking  how things things have changed since 2010. But my mind is casting back further, back to the 1920s, the roaring twenties – where Britain emerged from a terrible four years of … Continue reading

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Why bother to save? – Invest instead!

What this policy is about is getting people to invest in real assets for the best interests in society Continue reading

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