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Warwick Business School (WBS) in partnership with the Bank of England have recently launched a new part-time, online programme aimed at central banking and financial regulation professionals.

The Global Central Banking and Financial Regulation qualification supports the professional development of staff with a focused and relevant programme that would be valuable to those working in Central Banking or the Finance sector, be that commercial and retail banking, regulatory, advisory or investment banking.

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But far from being an emergency measure, this so-called unconventional monetary policy is still being used by central banks around the world today.

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Five hurdles blockchain faces to revolutionise banking

Many start-ups, technology companies, and established financial firms are working with blockchain and experimenting with the technology, but there are five basic challenges that the technology has to overcome if it is to be accepted as part of the financial system.

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