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Beer & Bytes episode #18: Britain leads tech start up growth in Europe; interview with former IFA Chris Budd

In this week’s exciting edition of Beer & Bytes, the team delve into why Britain is such an attractive place for start ups, off the back of research by tech investment bank GP Bullhound. Former IFA Chris Budd talks to us about plugging the advice gap with his new book, The Financial Wellbeing Book. As well as all the usual bants, MRM Digital introduces for the first time Bobby the Robot, who is quite simply, not to be... read more

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Scottish Friendly Brexit Debate

Scottish Friendly Brexit Debate

Scottish Friendly is hosting a Brexit debate in the House of Commons at 9am on the 8th June to discuss whether savers will be better off remaining in the EU or outside it. The debate is part of their work around disposable income, especially as the latest edition of their quarterly index addresses savers’ concerns around the likely effect of Brexit.

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The Advice Gap report

MRM’s Advice Gap report brings together expert industry viewpoints aired at a debate ahead of the closure of the Financial Advice Market Review. Read More.

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Are we creating a ‘lost generation’ of young people?

Today’s young people have been disproportionately hit by the financial crisis. This age group suffers from high unemployment, with levels of young people in work still not returning to their pre-crisis high, as well as poor job security. It is also increasingly being shut out of the housing market, instead being forced to rent at ever-rising prices. At the same time, many of the benefits enjoyed by their parents’ generation, such as free university education and in many cases, generous, defined benefit pension schemes are no longer available to them.

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