Technically, China’s “people’s currency,” the renminbi (RMB), is already a reserve currency. However, it will take a lot longer for it to become the preferred global unit of exchange.
There are many benefits to applying early for the Cass MSc Global Finance (online), from being more likely to get a quick decision on your application to having more time to prepare your documents and get ready to start your course.
With so many courses being offered through distance learning in today’s globalised world, it can be difficult to sift your way through to find the one that’s right for you.
At Cass, our goal is to provide our students with a learning experience that’s transformational on both a personal and professional level. We spoke to recent Cass online MSc in Global Finance graduate Neetish Rampersad about his experience.
In May 2014, 47 countries agreed to a standard developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to enable financial institutions to automatically exchange account information with foreign tax authorities; it is called the Common Reporting Standard (CRS). As yet it is still not that common.
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Online learning has become the study method of choice for many professionals looking for flexible ways to gain further qualifications. Without the need to attend a fixed location or adhere to rigid class schedules, online learning allows you the freedom and flexibility to continue with your work and other commitments while you study.
What is it about the Channel Islands? “Offshore financial centres” or “tax havens”? It depends who you talk to. Either way, Guernsey and Jersey transact billions of pounds worth of financial operations each year but why? What is the attraction?
North America still creates more wealth than any other region of the world but this is changing rapidly.
It is a myth, universally acknowledged, that a techie with enough private equity backing can become superrich. The facts, however, suggest there are plenty of other ways to do so.
It's easy. Because your money is not earning much on deposit with a bank, you decide to buy some shares. After all, stock markets have been rising steadily since the financial crisis 10 years ago.