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Students, academics, corporate partners and business leaders today gathered in Tower Hill to join His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent as he opened a new campus in one of London’s most remarkable addresses. The campus will provide business and management courses for students of the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) at the gateway to the City of London and Canary Wharf.
London School of Business and Finance won two PQ Magazine Awards at this year's ceremony, which was held on 10th February in London. Both LSBF faculty and students beat the competition and won the awards in the Accountancy Lecturer of the Year (Private Sector) and Newly Qualified (NQ) Accountant of the Year categories.
London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has launched brand new ACCA Study Manuals for all papers. The manuals, produced with the help of LSBF’s ACCA faculty, reflect the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants’ latest syllabus and are available to both LSBF and external students.
Authenticity is the essence of a great leader – that is the view of Andrew Miller, CEO of the Guardian Media Group (GMG), the latest guest to be interviewed by LSBF in its Great Minds series of videos. Mr Miller, who has been GMG’s CEO for almost five years, disregarded the metaphorical idea that every great leader has a magic potion.
“Good leadership is very hard to define. The core essence of leadership in the current world is authenticity; loving the company you work for and enjoying the brand you’re involved in."
As Africa continues to modernise its economy and develop its infrastructure, international businesses and organisations are keen to make the most of the continent’s rich investment opportunities.
London School of Business and Finance’s accountancy faculty, students, resources and programmes have, for another...
BBC Worldwide CEO speaks to LSBF in new ‘Great Minds’ video
In a recent interview with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), Google’s UK Sales Director, Kevin Mathers, revealed his belief in the idea that leadership is a quality which can be taught. Participating in LSBF’s Great Minds series, Mr Mathers, who has worked at Google for eight years, made it clear that the teaching of leadership skills is something he is passionate about.
With rapid growth rates and little sign of deceleration, the Islamic finance and banking industry has, over the last few years, expanded worldwide and established itself as part of the mainstream financial sector. Ever keen to be at the forefront of global trends in the sector, the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) will be hosting on 19 November a symposium on Islamic Finance at its new flagship building, Sceptre Court, in Tower Hill.
Business education and entrepreneurship should be embedded in the education curriculum from early on - this is the view of entrepreneur and business investor Deborah Meaden, who was interviewed in a new video released by the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) this week. Part of the Great Minds series of videos, the interview was led by former Education and Home Secretary Rt Hon. David Blunkett MP, who is also a visiting lecturer at the School.