Our October 2020 flipbook edition of The Review members' magazine focuses on responsible finance and the role of the financial services sector in the transition to a net zero carbon economy
Dee’s former colleague Gemma is choosing to not self-report a criminal offence to her employer and her professional body. Should Dee take matters into her own hands?
The latest edition of The Review members' magazine, usually available as a hard copy to members who opt in to receive it, is now published as an online flipbook. We hope you enjoy reading it
An Extinction Rebellion protest took place outside your work. Your line report, Lorena, a senior investment manager, was featured in the news and interviewed with other protestors outside the building. What would you do?
As chair of the Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Markets Standards Board, Mark Yallop is tasked with helping the wholesale markets clean up their act. He’s happy with progress so far, but there are new challenges on the horizon
by Eila Madden
We are now making The Review print PDF available to all members online. Read the February 2020 issue here
This Grey Matter, concerning inappropriate workplace ‘banter’ over social media, is one of the scenarios discussed at the CISI’s 2020 Annual Integrity Debate, held at Plaisterers’ Hall on Wednesday 12 February, and broadcast via live webcast