SKILLING UP ON FINANCIAL CAPABILITY WITH FAIR MONEY ADVICE Posted by WAM UK Chapter on May 12, 2012 WAM UK Member, Christine Murray, writes on a full day workshop with Fair Finance’s, Fair Money Advice on financial capability training to prepare for WAM UK Volunteering opportunities.
Fair Finance is hiring a Deputy CEO and Head of Business – The deadline for application is now closed
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Ben & Jerry’s and Ashoka have worked with Matter & Co to create a series of film interviews with some of Ashoka’s most inspiring social entrepreneurs. They’ve included Fair Finance in their short video. Click here to watch the video.
Fair Finance’s Managing Director, Faisel Rahman took part in Ben & Jerry’s roundtable which focused on whether values-led businesses can prosper in difficult economic times. Adam Vaughan reports on a recent debate on how to encourage sustainable businesses
People in need of emergency cash are better off with a payday loan than an unauthorised bank overdraft Read the rest by Faisel Rahman, Founder of Fair Finance, in The Guardian
Faisel Rahman, Fair Finance’s Managing Director, talks about why the UK needs microfinance at the Do Lectures
The fifth Spear’s Wealth Management Awards, described as ‘the Oscars of the private banking world’ (Evening Standard) awarded Fair Finance’s Managing Director & Founder Faisel Rahman with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Featured in Spears WMS
Fair Finance and UK microfinance featured in The Economist
The basic account was introduced by banks almost a decade ago after coming under pressure from the Labour government to give financially excluded people access to banking services. It is a no-frills account without overdraft facilities that allows people to have their wages paid into a bank account and to set up direct debits to […]