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“Mutuality, Customer Experience and Fintech” – Marsden takeaways from Boston

27 August 2018

Originally published in Society Matters magazine.

By Rob Pheasey, Chief Executive of Marsden Building Society

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Guest blog: What does a great Finance Director look like and how do we expand the talent pool?

22 August 2018

Associate Knowledge: guest blog by BSA Associate, Miles Partnership

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Claims management companies: a new regulator

22 August 2018

The BSA recently responded to the FCA’s consultation (CP18/15) published in preparation for the transfer of the regulation of claims management companies (CMCs) from the Ministry of Justice to the FCA from 1 April 2019.  

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Guest blog: The benefits of becoming an accredited Living Wage Employer

20 August 2018

There are now over 4,400 accredited Living Wage Employers in the UK, including over 150 in financial services. These organisations are leading the way in responsible pay by ensuring all staff and onsite contractors receive the real Living Wage of £8.75 per hour in the UK and £10.20 per hour in London.

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Guest blog: Driving member engagement at AGMs

15 August 2018

Associate Knowledge: guest blog by BSA Associate, Paragon CC

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Guest blog: Mastering the mutual way

13 August 2018

Originally published in Society Matters magazine.

By Carolyn Thornley-Yates, Head of Sales & Marketing at Hinckley & Rugby Building Society and a student on the BSA Masters programme.

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Guest blog: a CEO's guide to the Gender Pay Gap

08 August 2018

Associate Knowledge: a guest blog by BSA Associate, Warren Partners

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Guest blog: Let's talk about disability in the workplace

03 August 2018

Originally published in Society Matters magazine. By blogger Nicola Golding

Hi, I’m Nic. A cat-loving, tea-drinking digital project support assistant with cerebral palsy and a walking frame called Ivy. I also have a first-class honours degree, a blog, and a YouTube channel. It is thanks to the blog and YouTube channel that I was featured in the second series of Employable Me on BBC Two.

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Guest blog: Top tips for those organisations looking to create & implement a digital strategy

03 August 2018

Associate Knowledge: guest blog by BSA Associate, RSM

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