Just over a decade ago, Nationwide, the UK’s largest building society had more than 1,000 branches. Today, it has 650. In this Investing Through Auctions podcast, EG looks at how Nationwide has been scaling back its branch network to manage costs and keep pace as customers increasingly use mobile and online banking.
Bricks & Mortar: Vikki Aitkenhead and Laura Chappell on the benefits of mentoring
EG Like Sunday Morning: Levelling up and life sciences
EG Cities Live: Birmingham’s golden opportunity
EG Like Sunday Morning: No fear of failure in ’Metaverse or Multiverse?’
Voice of the Region: West Midlands – Industrial resolution
Bricks & Mortar: Mishcon de Reya’s Joanna Lampert on her career in property litigation
EG Like Sunday Morning: Amazon, Aldgate and any other business... plus the Burke Mix
In on the Act: Guy Fetherstonhaugh QC discusses the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022
EG Like Sunday Morning: Celebrating the exemplars of LGBTQ+ inclusivity
Bricks & Mortar: Paddy Allen on a decade of Pathways to Property
EG Like Easter Sunday Morning: Four-day weeks, Future Leaders and other fantastic ideas
”I get a tremendous amount of hate mail. It’s venomous.” CREtech’s Michael Beckerman on London, Copenhagen and the downsides of building a community of real estate climate ”activists”
ESG As a Value Driver
Why we should no longer view real estate as an asset. The power players behind one of Europe’s most active sustainable urbanism funds reveal the trick to tackling overwhelming ESG targets
EG Like Sunday Morning: Mind the gap
Does levelling up risk levelling down London?
Keeping Big Brands in Big Cities
On the Outside Looking In: International Investment on The Value UK Cities
Building Lasting Income Streams Through BTR
The Future of the Office: Is Remote Work a Threat to Office Space?
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