June 21st, 2017
A weaker May will be keen for company
The extraordinary drama caused by the general election result will have significant implications for business in the UK, and it is vital to understand this new environment if you wish to have an influence on what happens next.
June 20th, 2017
Cybercrime in 2020 and beyond: preparing for a more insecure world
Predicting the future business environment is arguably about as easy as guessing the content of US President Donald Trump’s next Tweet.
But nearly all companies are in agreement on one thing: cybercrime is here to stay and its threat is only likely to intensify which will have significant ramifications for corporate reputations and senior decision-makers.
June 15th, 2017
Why strategic communications is critical when Japanese companies buy foreign assets
Japanese corporates have a compelling opportunity to take a proactive approach to cross-border M&A in 2017.
June 7th, 2017
Qatar: What the diplomatic crisis means for regional business interests
On Monday 5th June, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt officially cut diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing the state of destabilising the region through links to Iran and Islamic groups in the region. Later in the day, the acting government in Libya, the administration in Yemen and the government of the Maldives followed suit.