Month: July 2020

Income insurance for millennials

  Affordable, Digital and Instant Income Insurance After finding the process of buying or claiming on insurance incredibly frustrating, Reza Hekmat (Actuarial Science, 2014) felt it was time to bring the system into the digital-age, so it no longer took weeks to complete! With Spring now fully set up, the team have been able to…Continue Reading Income insurance for millennials

‘Books for Children That Adults Like Reading’

At the height of the pandemic, Thursday evenings became an opportunity for the nation to express its gratitude for the NHS. But when it became apparent that her own children were not entirely sure what they were clapping for, Ellie Levenson (Journalism, 2001) decided a book was needed. Here she talks about life at City,…Continue Reading ‘Books for Children That Adults Like Reading’

Green Banking: a fairer economy for a sustainable future

If you thought being green was limited to your diet and recycling habits, think again! Hanifa Azri (Professional Legal Skills, 2013) is helping to forge the way in ‘alternative self-sustainable green financial systems’ with her search engine Regall11, and we caught up with her to find out all about it. Can you tell me about…Continue Reading Green Banking: a fairer economy for a sustainable future

Postgraduate careers update

Sarah Juillet, Director of Business School Postgraduate Careers and Professional Development: The Postgraduate Careers team would like to thank our alumni who, over the past few months, have been wonderful in supporting our postgraduate students with their time for virtual chats, sponsoring MBA Business Mastery Projects and joining us for live virtual ‘coffee mornings’ to…Continue Reading Postgraduate careers update