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Ed Bowsher

Crowdfunders: New IFISAs aren't as risky as you might think, says expert

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

The Share Radio Evening Show

Crowdfunders: New IFISAs aren't as risky as you might think, says expert
On today's Crowdfunders: calculating the risk of some of the new innovative finance ISAs, the founder of a company called Aduna, which are crowdfunding at the moment, will be talking about how it markets food products that are derived from African plants and more.
Guests:

Andrew Hunt, John Goodall


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Ed Bowsher

Brexit is 'Theresa May’s baby' - can she deliver?

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

Brexit is 'Theresa May’s baby' - can she deliver?
There's an official date - Article 50 will be triggered on March 29. But how long until negotiators start hammering out the actual Brexit deal? And what major obstacles will Theresa May face? For insight on this and more, Mike Indian, senior political analyst at DeHavilland joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher.
Guest:

Mike Indian


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Fake HSBC emails are being spread, asking users to install a malicious version of security software Rapport

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Fake HSBC emails are being spread, asking users to install a malicious version of security software Rapport
Fake HSBC emails are being sent out to users to install a malicious version of Rapport, a legitimate security program designed to protect online bank accounts from fraud. The emails appear to come from HSBC and display an @hsbc.com email address. The fake Rapport software, if installed, does the opposite of what is claimed and steals information from the compromised computer. Worryingly, the spam run may be part of a larger campaign. To find out how to combat this, Tony Neate, the CEO of the organisation Get Safe Online, joined Sarah to discuss.
Guest:

Tony Neate


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Your Money Your Future: How to save tax before the end of the tax year

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Your Money, Your Future

Your Money Your Future: How to save tax before the end of the tax year
There's just over two weeks until the end of the tax year. So, what should you consider doing before the deadline and how do you go about it? To find out, Sarah was joined by Jeannie Boyle of EQ Investors and Robert Jobson, partner in the Inheritance Protection Team at Gardner Leader solicitors.
Guests:

Jeannie Boyle, Robert Jobson


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Ed Bowsher

M&S pulls advertising from Google, Vodafone in $23bn Indian merger and more

Ed Bowsher
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Afternoon

M&S pulls advertising from Google, Vodafone in $23bn Indian merger and more
Marks & Spencer has joined a growing list of companies pulling ads from Google, after reports they'd appeared alongside inappropriate content on Youtube. Plus Vodafone India to merge with Idea Cellular in a major deal, Finsbury Food signs up Mary Berry and more of the day's key company news. Ken Odeluga, market analyst at City Index, joined Share Radio's Ed Bowsher for more analysis.
Guest:

Ken Odeluga


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Sarah Pennells (1)

How the banking sector's tackling the UK's £2m/day fraud problem

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

How the banking sector's tackling the UK's £2m/day fraud problem
New figures show that financial fraud costs the UK around £2 million a day - or a total of £769 million in 2016. That's a small increase on 2015, and has prompted the UK's major banks and building societies to come together for Take Five Day, a national event to raise awareness of fraud. Share Radio's Sara Macham spoke to Jon Sacker from Financial Fraud Action UK, which published the figures.
Guest:

Jon Sacker


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Women and Money: The cost of IVF

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Women and Money: The cost of IVF
Last week, Croydon became the first London borough to stop funding IVF treatment. It means that couples who can't conceive naturally won't be able to get fertility treatment on the NHS. So what can you do if you have to pay for IVF and how much might it cost? Sarah Pennells is joined by Jo Wheatley, Netmums' Associate Editor, Professor Geeta Nargund, director of Create Fertility and Professor Joyce Harper, a spokesperson for the British Fertility Society.
Guests:

Jo Wheatley, Geeta Nargund, Joyce Harper


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Do you know the true value of your most treasured possessions?

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Do you know the true value of your most treasured possessions?
When we think of art crime we often imagine high profile and daring raids on museums and private collections. In reality, though, many households maybe at risk with items ranging from sculptures, drawings, furniture and clocks, to antiquities, coins, stamps and vintage cars all targets for theft and fraud. Many people often don't realise items they inherited or acquired years ago can prove highly valuable and sought after. To find out more about the world of art and antique crime, Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to James Ratcliffe, Director of Recoveries at Art Loss Register.
Guest:

James Ratcliffe


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Is too much jargon putting off young job seekers?

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Is too much jargon putting off young job seekers?
Complicated jargon could be putting many young job seekers off applying to vacancies according to research out today from the City and Guilds group. Terms such as 'fulfillment service' and 'KPIs' are amongst the most confusing with two thirds of young people claiming they don't understand the language used by employers in their job adverts. To find out more Share Radio's Sara Macham spoke to Michael Osbaldeston, special advisor at the City and Guilds Group.
Guests:

Sara Macham, Michael Osbaldeston


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Sarah Pennells (1)

Are gig economy workers missing out on employment rights?

Sarah Pennells (1)
Original Broadcast:

Share Radio Morning

Are gig economy workers missing out on employment rights?
From Deliveroo to Uber more and more people are getting involved in the gig economy. Whilst for many it can provide a useful income boost, thousands could be missing out on employment rights. Indeed nearly two-thirds of gig economy workers think the Government should do more to regulate according to research from The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. To find out more from the people behind the research Share Radio's Tom Hill spoke to CIPD chief economist Ian Brinkley.
Guests:

Tom Hill, Ian Brinkley


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