Almost half of Londoners working from home saw their mental health worsen

According to a survey conducted by the Mile End Institute at Queen Mary University, 45% of Londoners worked from home during the COVID pandemic, and 47% of that number said that their mental health was negatively impacted by their new work situation. YouGov polling also...

Cyber-attacks on HMRC jumped 73% during COVID lockdown

HMRC reported a ‘staggering’ 367,520 reports of phishing email attacks during 2020 so far, with a sharp rise in incidents occurring since the UK went into lockdown in March. According to accountancy firm’s Lanop Outsourcing’s Freedom of Information findings, HMRC faced an average of 26,100...

Four in ten Brits plan to spend more this Black Friday

According to personal finance experts money.co.uk, four in ten Brits are planning to spend even more during this Black Friday event, versus previous years. Some 77% of UK adults are set to shop in this weekend’s sales, with four in ten saying they plan to...

WealthTech ranked as top wealth management trend on Twitter

With the COVID pandemic bringing in a raft of new discussions about individuals' savings and fintech, it should come as little surprise that WealthTech, personal finance and financial planning ranked as the most mentioned trends among influencer discussions around wealth management on Twitter during the...