Money&Co. Thinks Global With CNN – And Acts Local At St Albans


Nicola’s worldwide general views  get a local airing at St Albans tomorrow

It’s an old adage – teetering on the verge of cliche, in fact – but it’s true. Today, we’re acting locally and thinking globally.

Money&Co. CEO Nicola Horlick is off to St Albans this week, to talk at about the exiting new developments in the world of crowdfunding. Both borrowing companies and savers looking for a better return find themselves substantially better off than they would be with banks, she argues.


The breakfast is part of the Money&Co. autumn road show, and is hosted by the local Chambers of Commerce. The event is already heavily subscribed. It may be too late to bag a place, but the invitation is available here.


Nicola will be addressing the specific issues pertaining to local businesses and lenders and savers looking for a better return on capital. However, she was recently asked to ventilate her arguments for the benefit of CNN’s global audience. Catch up with her Future Finance piece here.

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