Volatility and risk are not going away any time soon. Corporate treasurers who understand the impact of geopolitical scenarios on their business can deploy the best strategies and solutions to protect themselves
The UK’s corporate governance code marks its 25th anniversary this year and has done much to improve standards, yet some boards are still failing to comply wioth its standards of good practice.
‘Export or die’ is a well-established maxim, but one with added relevance in the post-Brexit era as exporters seek out new markets around the world.
Instilling a smart risk culture is key for businesses that wish to thrive during periods of geopolitical and economic uncertainty.
The banking sector has had its own way for many years, but today it pays to look beyond the norm and non-bank funding options when it comes to financing business.
After a period of stagnation France is recovering, but uncertainty continues to stalk financiers due to the Presidential elections, eurozone instability and the adverse short-term impact of Brexit.
Already familiar to many for their use in construction contracts and general transactions, surety bonds are increasingly used in conjunction with pension scheme funding.
Europe’s biggest economic power has weathered the post-financial crisis years better than most of its rivals, but faces further testing times.
The border adjustment tax (BAT), a proposal first advocated last June by Republicans in the House of Representatives as a central plank of proposed US tax reforms, has gained impetus over the first weeks of the Trump administration.
In this interview with GTNews, Peter Crawley, Citi’s country officer for South Africa reports on the region’s challenges, opportunities and how fintech is proving a catalyst for change.