The Millennial Disruption: what it means for fusty old finance

Iona Bain Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the premiere of a new documentary: The Millennial Disruption at the Curzon in Soho. Another jam-packed one in Young Money world.…

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The financial sector has no place for victim-blaming broflakes

Things go wrong in financial services, as they do in all industries: it's how you respond to your critics and (most importantly) your disillusioned consumers that matter the most. Unfortunately,…

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Banning the “m” word – why millennial has had its day

We're a diverse, complex bunch of people - so why oh why are we lumbered with the reductive "millennial" moniker? In this blog, Iona explores the flawed origins of the term, why…

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What young folks are REALLY doing with their dosh

Iona Bain I have had the privilege recently of doing some really in-depth, eye-opening work on young people and their money for an upcoming national campaign – I look forward…

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The surprising – and worrying – truth about financial education

Iona Bain Happy New Year, Young Money fans! I hope you had a restorative festive period. ICYMI, I was very fortunate to present my first radio programme just before Christmas.…

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The seven deadly sins of money & how to keep them in check

Iona Bain We're not necessarily the righteous or censorious kind here on the Young Money Blog. But as we approach Halloween, we thought "hey, why don't we jump on the ridiculous…

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The graduate’s guide to seducing employers (not literally)

You don’t need come hither eyes - although you’ll definitely need to embark on some extra-curricular activities (and not the ones you think). Graduates are having a tough time of…

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The Graduate: why it still speaks to overwhelmed gen Y

It’s a fifty year old film that’s parodied endlessly. Yet the re-release of The Graduate this year has never been more timely, as a whole generation grapples with post-university malaise…

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