Veteran senior financial services analyst David Hendler tells former Police Fraud Squad Chief David Clarke how investors and investigators can identify derivative based financial instruments that can spell danger.
Founder and CEO of Today Translations, Jurga Zilinskiene, on the importance of International Women’s Day, and why she’s always loved working with women.
Today Translations’ Head of Global Sales, Rita Metlovaite, delves into the potential of a Dynamic Working environment, attending the recent “How do you work your life? #BalanceforBetter” event hosted by Barclays.
Jurga Zilinskiene Dons Her Baker’s Hat and Fruiterers’ Robes for This Year’s Edition of the Inter-Livery Pancake Race
Jurga Zilinskiene raises money for charity taking part in the 2019 Pancake Race in the Guildhall Yard.
Today Translations’ newest recruit, Emily Holbrook, fondly recalls the ever-changing landscape of her life with the military, and discusses the benefits to both individuals and employers of the Armed Forces Covenant.
Today Translations’ Emoji expert Keith Broni explains to former police Detective Chief Superintendent David Clarke how emoji can be used by criminals to disguise their communications from the preying eyes of the police.
On January 25, 2019, to commemorate the birthday of renowned Scottish poet and national icon Robert Burns, the Constitution of … Read More
The Fraud Advisory Panel, the United Kingdom’s independent voice of the counter-fraud community has appointed David Clarke as its new … Read More
There I was, addressing 500 Lithuanian business leaders, sharing my unorthodox views on the role of those at the helm … Read More