Man AHL chief scientist Anthony Ledford is a speaker at Newsweek's forthcoming Data Science Capital Markets event.
Work and pensions secretary revealed chairs of advisory group at the Age UK conference.
US president poised to do big number on Dodd-Frank Act as part of a sweeping review of financial regulations.
The government aims to double income from agriculture over the next five years.
Southwark Crown Court finds six guilty of bribery and fraud, which cost the bank's customers millions of pounds.
BT's accounting scandal is a sobering development for the telecoms giant.
Donor and Brexit backer says party has a 'big problem' with disaffected voters.
Senior FCA official says it wants to change the perception that regulation stifles innovation.
Information Commissioner's Officer Garreth Cameron says UK data protection would match EU directive.
Alan Milburn called on businesses to do more in a bid to make workplaces more equal.
Federal Reserve gave $16trn to many 'Too Big To Fail' banks between 2007-2010 - yet, they did not tell us.
UK ports, which are highly reliant on imports, and UK airports could be most exposed to the consequences of Brexit.
Daniel Hegarty, CEO of Habito, says it will be a "pretty big deal" for the mortgage industry.
The world has changed and traditional rules of investing need to be modified.
Merger will allow ECB to have continued control over UK financial markets even after Brexit.
Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni claimed he 'important day' would see the bank 'turn a corner'.
Eurozone's third biggest economy faces a financial ultimatum.
May hit back by arguing Labour had not tackled the issue during the party's 13 years in office.
Work and Pensions Committee said the system should be scrapped because of its 'unsustainable nature.
Hackers who stole £63m from Bangladesh Bank in February are still outfoxing the authorities.