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.

Stay at home, move house, remortgage? Home loans during the...

The Coronavirus lockdown, recession, job insecurity and increasing caution among lenders all made 2020 a challenging year in the mortgage market. FCA economists examined how both lenders and...

The people science revolution – improving diversity objectiv

Encouraging diversity and inclusion is a vital task facing many organisations and assessing success inevitably starts with statistics. But while numbers provide an essential benchmark, it is...

Future Market Dynamics Part 3 – data sharing, trust and a wo...

What does this changing world with its new emphasis on data mean for the FCA’s prime concern, consumers? In the third of our articles we examine the final three of our future market dynamics: data...

Future Market Dynamics Part 2 - Big Tech and data disruption

The digital age has led to the rise of new forms of economic power and to a new focus on data as a vital economic and social asset – a trend brought into sharp focus and accelerated by the Covid-...

Future Market Dynamics - Part 1 Climate change and a changin...

As the Coronavirus crisis has shown, unforeseen events can turn the best laid plans on their head. Yet at the same time, amidst all the disruption, it is vital that public policy looks to the...

Access to Cash - Mapping the territory

The cash system used to receive very little attention in non-specialist circles. Now, with the reduction in use of cash, discussions around access to cash (A2C) and the possibility of a cashless...