Professor Anasse Bari of New York University, formerly with the World Bank Group, is a prominent figure in the realm of predictive analytics.
The Pope got the keys to a fancy new Lamborghini but he won't be tooling around the Vatican gardens in it.
However, overall interest rate rises will have limited effect on UK mortgage borrowers, research suggests.
Anecdotal evidence given to IBTimes UK in Zurich suggests the country's banks are actually looking to hire more employees in London.
Alongside two key announcements, the coffee chain also reported disappointing fourth quarter sales growth.
New report says recent double-digit annual growth rate in lending would be unsustainable if it continued at the same pace.
The central bank's announcement – that it will extend asset purchase programme until next year – does not signal indefinite extension, says ratings agency.
TradeIX and AIG partnered to enable trade finance transactions for companies, using the blockchain-enabled platform provided by TradeIX.
Clive Hyman FCA is founder of Hyman Capital Services.
Werner Hoyer dismisses media speculation he wants to step into veteran Wolfgang Schaeuble's shoes.
The toys outlet, which runs around 1,600 stores, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this month.
London has survived numerous economic and political events, therefore it is unlikely that Brexit will take its crown as a leading financial hub.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal to buy massive holding in Banque Saudi Fransi from Credit Agricole.
Deutsche Bank chief John Cryan said a "big number" of staff could be slashed.
There's a division between the 'haves' and 'have nots' courtesy of wage growth stagnation and erosion of spending power.
Company provides loans to international students from emerging markets with no alternative sources of finance.
The economics behind the popular sandwich is more complicated than you think.
Nearly £400m in savings withdrawn from beleaguered bank but it says operating losses have narrowed.
IBM helps HSBC to automate processing of millions of documents used daily in international commerce.
Recent revelations suggest Scotland is effectively flaunting the system to attract dubious business from Eastern Europe, Martin Kenney writes.