The Financial Industry Group (fig) is a partnership of leading firms, local government and higher education institutions.
fig aims to develop a thriving cluster in Norwich that is recognised internationally as a centre of excellence for insurance, financial and professional services.
In doing so, fig creates value for people, firms and local communities.
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latest from fig
Cyber Resilience Insights @ MMC
October 8, 2018
The latest on all things cyber from Cyber Resilience Insights at MMC, parent company of Marsh.
Internet of Things: Limitless Connections – and Ways to Fail
October 2, 2018
Marsh has developed a new Insights paper “Internet of Things: Limitless Connections – and Ways to Fail”.
FIG Annual Conference – register now!
November 6, 2018
Marble Hall, Aviva
Emerging technology is having a major influence on the financial services industry. Fintech ‘disrupters’ are entering the market and driving innovation across the sector from banking to insurance services. Whether it's the implementation of intelligent AI powered decision-making platforms, machine learning systems which enhance fraud detection, or contract reading software for legal services, technology is continuing to change apace.
Building brilliance in business: Wellbeing in the workplace
November 8, 2018
The Crown Room, OPEN, 20 Bank Plain, Norwich, NR2 4SF
In our ninth masterclass for business owners and managers looking to enhance their skills we will turn our thoughts to wellbeing in the workplace.
Graduate Trainee Accountant
Closing Date: 02/11/18
Lovewell Blake is currently looking for graduate trainee accountants to join our Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft offices.
AAT Trainee Norwich
Closing Date: 31/10/18
We are looking for an enthusiastic trainee to join our team in the Norwich office.