Blockchain technology is ready to transform the world of global trade with the introduction of "smart contracts", which will deliver significant benefits in terms of finance and security without ever touching currency units.
ESG might strike some as a larger company fad to keep investors comfortable that the C-suite are good corporate citizens on environmental, social and governance issues. Wrong. ESG is here to stay and companies who can help larger companies meet ESG benchmarks/standards are going to do rather well.
Ireland has become a useful illustration of a very significant macro-economic risk looming over most developed economies - rising income inequality.
Following Tesla's parabolic rise in its share price this week, we look at how manic crowd behaviour can greatly influence investors' decision-making.
Financial models try to account for risk and certainty but there are occasional “black swans” which can blindside even the brightest...
As companies start suspending their operations in China due to the Corona Virus, we look at how this economic damage could be significant for businesses in 2020.
Keeping cash on hand is always prudent and people will often do it as a 'safety net' but holding excessive amounts can be dangerous. We highlight two ways that could throw that safety plan into disarray.
Previous flu outbreaks, such as SARS, have coincided with heightened levels of market exuberance. With the current outbreak of Coronavirus in China, could we see a similar impact on markets this time around?
Assembling a portfolio of crowdfunding start-up opportunities can be difficult. Thats why we've illustrated a suggested approach with plenty of good habits.
Following Visa's acquisition of fintech startup Plaid for $5.3 billion this week, we examine how “streaming” and APIs could be key to the banking industry's future.