Corporate culture - grasping the ungraspable

Corporate culture - grasping the ungraspable

Can corporate culture be measured? It’s a thorny question and the subject of lively debate in boardrooms and academia and also here on Insight. The authors of our latest article argue for a nuanced approach.

Ethnicity, personal finances and Coronavirus

Numerous reports in recent months have shown the Coronavirus pandemic has had a disproportionate effect on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities. Our last Insight article examined...

Unleashing the potential of digital identity: a sandbox obse...

In the online age, establishing reliable, secure and portable systems of digital ID could unlock significant gains for both consumers and firms. It has huge potential for improving choice and...

Covid-19 and the UK’s BAME communities – an economic perspe...

Not everyone has been impacted by the coronavirus in the same way, and the type and severity of impacts are wide-ranging. Impacts can vary from health, to employment and personal finances. In a...

Debt and wellbeing – measuring the human price of borrowing

Money can’t buy happiness, or so the saying goes. But no-one doubts that problem debts can take a significant emotional toll on borrowers. Research commissioned by the FCA aims to help estimate...

Where to Withdraw: National Mapping of Access to Cash

Earlier this year, Insight outlined a major collaborative project between Bristol University, the FCA and the PSR aimed at a sophisticated mapping of access to cash. The results are in. They...

Financial Wellbeing - can we spot the signs of money worries

What does it mean to be ‘financially well’? Is it having a large bank balance and not getting into debt? Or is it not about how much money you have but rather how comfortable you feel? The answer...