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  1. IMF wants central banks to issue digital currencies

    With e-money moving into the mainstream, a recent IMF paper proposes a way to make digital currencies more stable...

  2. A helping hand for self-directed investors

    This digital marketplace allows self-directed investors easy access to diversified portfolios. Brought to you by OpenInvest...

  3. How tax pooling is changing the way accountants manage tax

    Smart tech brings clients more cash-flow control by letting them pay tax when it suits best. Brought to you by Tax Traders...

  4. How bots can revolutionise assurance

    Robotic process automation (RPA) can be a preventive or detective tool, and using it will transform your audit and the way you provide assurance...

  5. What are PwC’s top 10 tips for financial modelling?

    PwC’s new set of Global Financial Modelling Guidelines provides the very best advice in financial modelling...

  6. What today’s CFOs need to know about cyber risk

    Cyber risks are financial risks, so today’s CFOs should see working with IT on a cybersecurity strategy as part of the job...

  7. Out-of-date safety nets fail modern workers

    With workers facing increasingly casualised employment, social safety nets need urgent updating, according to an OECD report...

  8. Get up to speed on cryptocurrencies

    Cryptocurrencies were hyped as the next big thing a decade ago. That bubble burst, but cryptocurrencies aren’t going away...

  9. Why central bank digital currencies will destroy Bitcoin

    Should central banks issue their own digital currencies? Nouriel Roubini believes it could close out crypto-scammers and strengthen the banking system...

  10. What the rise of ‘citizen tech’ means for financial modellers

    With tech-enabled analysts arriving in finance functions every day, the use of powerful citizen tech to quickly solve problems is inevitable and should be wholeheartedly embraced, argues Ian Bennett...

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