Financial industry geographical analysis is a key part of assessing the financial health of a company.
But the scope of the research has been limited.
The Oxford researchers, led by Paul Parnell, a research associate at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), and Rachael O’Connell, a lecturer in economics at the University of Oxford, have now found that financial industry geographic analysis is more accurate than the traditional methods.
Parnel and O’Connor, who both hold degrees in geography from Oxford, analysed data from over 1,600 financial services firms in the UK.
The data were analysed for a wide range of geographic regions.
Poynton and O ‘Connor were able to compare the geographic coverage of the UK financial industry to that of US financial industry.
They found that there were two main factors that were important in determining geographic coverage: the geographical size of the company and the financial industry in that region.
For example, the size of a UK company can affect its coverage in other regions.
The researchers say the UK has a small financial sector and the US has a large financial sector.
The UK also has a relatively high proportion of non-financial employees.
The US has low proportions of non-“high net worth individuals” (NHOs), which the researchers defined as those with net worth exceeding $2m.
The study found that the US had a lower proportion of NHOs, with the US financial services sector having the highest proportion of “high net-worth individuals” in the study.
The authors conclude that the UK’s financial sector is a “lighter” part of the US economy than that in other areas.
The research was published in the journal Financial Services Research.
The Oxford researchers say their findings suggest that the financial services industry is not simply dominated by “high-net-worth” individuals, but is actually comprised of a number of different types of financial professionals, including accountants, investment bankers, traders and financial analysts.
Purnell and OCC have a long history of research into financial industry coverage, with their first study in the 1990s.
In the latest research, they looked at the geographical coverage of over 2,200 financial services companies in the US and UK.
This research found that over half of the companies were located in the United States.
“The UK is a much more diverse financial services market than the US, and the data we collected for our second study indicated that the vast majority of firms in our study are based in the country,” Parnett said.
“However, the UK also seems to be quite unique in this respect, with a large number of firms that are based primarily in the west. “
We suspect that this may be a reflection of its economic geography and its higher levels of nonfinance professionals and lower proportion than the rest of the United Kingdom.” “
However, the UK also seems to be quite unique in this respect, with a large number of firms that are based primarily in the west.
We suspect that this may be a reflection of its economic geography and its higher levels of nonfinance professionals and lower proportion than the rest of the United Kingdom.”
Parnells team said the results of the latest study are particularly significant as they could help to inform discussions on how to improve the financial safety net in the U.S. The current economic climate has seen the Federal Reserve and the White House grapple with the effects of the Great Recession on the financial markets.
Peddling the theory of the “fiscal cliff” and a possible US default have also been major topics in the debate over the fiscal cliff, which will see a significant increase in US tax rates in the next two years.
Purnell said the UK and US were two countries that were very different when it came to the financial crisis, and that there was a lot to learn from the U,S.
“But I think we are much more alike in terms to the extent that we have the same kinds of institutions, the same types of jobs, the type of people, the kind of industries that we are all working in. “
“I think we should be very careful about using the economic crisis to tell us that we need to do things differently.””
I think we should be very careful about using the economic crisis to tell us that we need to do things differently.”