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Sarah Pennells (1)

Your Money, Your Future: Working in Retirement

Sarah Pennells (1)
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Your Money, Your Future

Your Money, Your Future: Working in Retirement
Sarah Pennells is joined in the studio by Rachael Saunders from Business In the Community, and over the phone by Michelle Cracknell of The Pensions Regulatory Service and Fiona Tait of Royal London. Sarah and her guests talk about working in retirement and setting up a small business whilst receiving your pension . Sarah and her guests discuss the practicalities of setting up a business in retirement, as well as looking at what the rules say about receiving your pension whilst still at work.
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Rachael Saunders, Michelle Cracknell, Fiona Tait


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Nigel Cassidy

Morning Money: Chris Bailey assesses the RBS results after announcing a £1.9bn annual loss

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Chris Bailey assesses the RBS results after announcing a £1.9bn annual loss
The Royal Bank of Scotland has reported an annual loss attributable to shareholders of £1.9 billion. That is in line with the bank's guidance from last month and is a smaller loss than last year, but it’s the bank’s eight consecutive annual loss. Chris Bailey, Founder of financialorbit.com, joins Share Radio to look at the ins and outs of the numbers.
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Chris Bailey


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Sarah Lowther

Morning Money: The future of British farming with Phil Bicknell of the NFU

Sarah Lowther
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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: The future of British farming with Phil Bicknell of the NFU
This year's National Farmers Union conference in Birmingham begins and Phil Bicknell, Head of Food & Farming at the NFU, joins Sarah Lowther and the Financial Orbit's Chris Bailey live from the conference to discuss this year’s event, the future of agriculture and the political challenges posed both within the UK and EU.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Phil Bicknell


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor 21 Feb 2016

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor 21 Feb 2016
This week, Nick Peters hits the Shop Floor to discuss why ever high levels of employment are not translating into higher wages with Steve Lewis, a former army officer and businessman who runs the Number 18 coffee shop in Crickhowell. Steve is one of the leaders of the Fair Tax Town programmes. Nick looks at why leaders need to listen to their followers in order to close the digital skills gap inside corporations with Colin Sloman, Managing Director of Accenture, a consultancy firm who conducted a major survey of global businesses to assess how they are keeping up with the pace of lightning fast technological change. Despite unemployment levels falling, and more people striking out on their own to add to the country's growing micro-business community, Nick Peters hears from Gerwyn Davies, the Labour Market Advisor at the CIPD about why this good news isn't necessarily good for wages and productivity levels. And the good, the bad, and the ugly, Nick takes a closer look at workforce surveys to find out the do's and don'ts when it comes to writing them with Anthony Hughes of recruitment specialists Coburg Banks. Plus, the first in our series of IDG Insights is launched, bringing you the stories that matter.
Guests:

Steve Lewis, Colin Sloman, Gerwyn Davies, Anthony Hughes


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Sue Dougan

Richard Gillingwater CBE

Sue Dougan
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Track Record

Richard Gillingwater CBE
Sue Dougan speaks to Richard Gillingwater (CBE), Chairman of Henderson Global Investors and recently appointed Pro-Chancellor of the Open University. Together they look back at his life and career through his chosen tracks.
Guest:

Richard Gillingwater


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Nick Peters

Shop Floor - Productivity at work

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor - Productivity at work
Nick Peters talks to Grace Marshall, Life coach and public speaker who has written a book called ‘How to be REALLY Productive’
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Grace Marshall


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Nick Peters

Morning Money: Steve Nash on the motor industry

Nick Peters
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Steve Nash on the motor industry
Steve Nash, CEO of the Institute of the Motor Industry, joins Nick Peters and Chris Bailey to discuss the motor industry, after research revealed that manufacturer's predictions on the popularity of electric or hybrid vehicles may be wildly wrong.
Guests:

Chris Bailey, Steve Nash


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Morning Money: How will banks deal with UN British citizen sanctions?

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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: How will banks deal with UN British citizen sanctions?
The United Nations has imposed sanctions on five British citizens who are fighting with Islamic State militants in Syria, following a request from the British government. But what are the implications for banks? Chrisol Correia, Global Head of AML at LexisNexis Risk Solutions, speaks to Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson to offer an insight.
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Chrisol Correia


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Morning Money: Richard Perks on Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles

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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Richard Perks on Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles
Richard Perks, Director of Retail Research at Mintel, talks with Share Radio's Nigel Cassidy and Mark Johnson about Sainsbury's and Topps Tiles, after both retail giants made company announcements.
Guest:

Richard Perks


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Morning Money: Andrew Chevis reveals whether he'll return to the Labour Party

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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Andrew Chevis reveals whether he'll return to the Labour Party
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has called for all defected members to return to Labour. Andrew Chevis, ex Chairman of the Battersea Labour Party and now of the SNP, joins Sarah Lowther and Mark Johnson to reveal whether he's considering a return. Andrew also sets out a major political aspiration.
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Andrew Chevis


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