Author: Hemant Chauhan Recently, the Chief Executive of Goldman Sachs, the world’s largest second investment bank, has warned that London will falter when Brexit is actioned. The bank has evidenced to be the epicentre of controversy in the wake of the financial crisis. Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO, has stated he may consider offshoring staff from … Continue reading Banking, Brexit…The Unknown
Author - Hemant Chauhan The general public have been conveyed with political talk shows for a long time. Certainly, shows such as BBC Question Time, Prime Minister’s questions, Sunday Politics, The Andrew Marr Show, etc. have portrayed a type of ‘political correctness’, rather than putting forth issues that do not have a rational solution to … Continue reading Question Time, Political Debate Shows….A waste of time?
Author - Hemant Chauhan News has recently come to light that the £20.3bn spent on the bail out of Lloyds Banking Group has been fully repaid. The UK taxpayer has earned £20.4bn in full. In accordance with BBC News, the majority of the funds returned has derived from selling tranches of Lloyds shares. Under David … Continue reading Banks and the UK Taxpayer
Author - Hemant Chauhan President Trump’s first 100 days has proved rather entertaining for the media, in the public domain. Certainly his statements and political decisions have proved controversial, perhaps without any rationality behind doing so. The 45th President now desires a reform in banking regulation, and has proposed a “haircut on Dodd-Frank”. This undermines … Continue reading Banking Regulation…A U-turn for Trump!