Ireland sets out on its post-Brexit pathway
With the introduction of more robust regulation, Ireland has been busy building on the momentum of post-Brexit opportunities that has seen global firms set up base and employment thrive as the country attracts a mixture of home grown and international talent
Disaster recovery in the time of the pandemic
All savvy businesses have disaster recovery plans for worst-case scenarios, such as earthquakes, fires or security breaches – but what recourse or plans do any of us really have when something on a much larger scale happens?
The supply chain crisis
Prices are soaring, businesses are closing and many are losing their livelihoods. Is there a global supply chain fix, and what might it look like?
Finding a balance: how should global trade work?
Discussing such topics as dropping the global reserve currency through to trade deficits and Brexit, World Finance sat with Professor Pettis for a thorough conversation on the state of the world economy.
Gibraltar’s financial services will benefit from decision
Gibraltar gets the green light for market access to financial services as set out in the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement. A proposal for wholesale and retail access to Gibraltar-licensed firms could sweeten the deal
The shadow of a hard Brexit
The catastrophic effects caused by the ongoing pandemic coupled with uncertainty surrounding a trade agreement with the EU means that the UK must tread carefully from here on out
EU chief reveals plans for post-pandemic recovery
In her first State of the Union address, EU Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen unveiled plans to get Europe’s battered economy back on track through a green new deal
High corporate debt puts the US economy in jeopardy, says Fed
A new report from the US Federal Reserve has flagged business debt as one of the largest risks to the national economy
Kamakura’s Troubled Company Index shows trends in e-commerce, Brexit
Kamakura President and COO Martin Zorn reveals the 2018 trends in the global companies most at risk of default
Seismic events have rocked Europe, but the continent can regain the initiative
Europe currently faces an array of challenges, many of which have been caused by the US. Fortunately, this also presents an opportunity for the continent to reaffirm its global influence
European ties that bind
Material cooperation would benefit both the UK and the EU, but it’s up to Theresa May’s government to change the tenor of negotiations
EU citizens to stay in the UK after Brexit
Britain is to offer EU citizens a new ‘settled’ status, allowing them to stay in the country once the Brexit negotiations have been concluded
Further Brexit uncertainty for Britain as snap election yields hung parliament
With no party winning an outright majority, the UK must navigate a hung parliament before Brexit negotiations can play out
The lesson of populism: bad policies pay off
The world should learn from the suffering Latin America has endured as a result of poorly planned populist policies, rather than continuing to dance with death
- Top 5 hostile takeovers of all time
- Top 5 fastest-growing economies
- Nike vs Adidas: a league of their own
- Does IKEA truly deserve its non-profit status?
- Top 5 of the fastest-growing industries in the world
- Guaranty Trust Bank is harnessing technology to drive inclusivity
- AmInvest aims to break global boundaries in Malaysia
- Top 5 regulatory concerns currently facing financial institutions
- Top 5 countries with the largest fiscal deficits
- Top 5 most interesting mergers and acquisitions of the past year