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Economic conditions, energy, cost of living rank highly in ethical risk factors for UK businesses

What is ethical risk? Ethical risk consists of the risks that could impede an organisation’s ability to live up to its ethical values and standards which impact consumer trust, reputation, and financial performance.


BoE forecasting held back by out-of-date tech - Bernanke

The Bank of England has been heavily criticised by a former chairman of the US Federal Reserve for relying on outdated technology for its economic forecasts.


Lloyds Bank cuts risk dept headcount

UK high street bank Lloyds Bank is reducing the size of its risk management department because it is seen as a “blocker” to the bank’s “strategic transformation”.


Robinhood co-founder steps down

Baiju Bhatt, the co-founder and chief creative officer of online stock trading firm Robinhood, has resigned from the company to "pursue other entrepreneurial interests".


Danske Bank signs cloud deal with AWS

Denmark’s Danske Bank has signed a multiyear agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of a strategy to invest more in cloud technology.


Refinitiv veteran Minutella appointed CEO of Data Zoo

Global identity provider Data Zoo has appointed former London Stock Exchange executive Charlie Minutella as CEO.


Alba Bank CEO steps down

Rod Ashley has announced he will be stepping down as CEO of Alba Bank after six years.


Worldline cuts 1400 jobs

French payments giant Worldline is axing around 1400 jobs - eight per cent of its workforce - as part of a cost reduction programme.


DBS chief Gupta docked millions of dollars in annual salary over outages

DBS chief executive officer Piyush Gupta is to take a 30% pay cut as punishment for a series of disruptive outages that hit the bank's payments and ATM services last year.


Ainsworth departs from Open Banking Limited

Alan Ainsworth, policy and strategy director of Open Banking Limited (OBL), is moving on after six years in the role.


Virgin Money warns of more job cuts after culling 150 staff in Q1

Virgin Money is to make more job cuts after dropping the axe on 150 positions in the first quarter.


Metro Bank CFO James Hopkinson to step down

Metro Bank has announced its CFO James Hopkinson will leave his role after joining in September 2022.


OakNorth appoints Lord Adair Turner as chairman

House of Lords member Lord Turner of Ecchinswell - Jonathan Adair Turner - has experience across Standard Chartered Bank, Siemens UK, Merrill Lynch Europe, and McKinsey.


Fujitsu partners with Palantir Technologies to boost business transformation

Sustainable digital transformation company Fujitsu has allied with Palantir Technologies to boost business transformation in Japan and solve societal challenges.


Ousted OpenAI boss to work for Microsoft

Sam Altman, the former CEO of OpenAI, the developer of generative AI platform ChatGPT, has resurfaced at Microsoft just days after he was pushed out by the board of directors.