As the UK begins on what prime minister Theresa May calls its “momentous journey” out of the European Union, commentators offer their thoughts on the upcoming negotiations that will follow the invocation of Article 50.
With the Federal Reserve further hiking US rates this month and the ECB continuing its love for quantitative easing, what effects are these contradictory monetary policies likely to have on organisations reliant on the near-term dollar/euro spreads?
With this year likely to see continuing high levels of corporate deal making, it’s an opportunity for them to raise their profile.
With European cities competing to steal London’s crown as a global financial hub, it’s being claimed that the German city is a front-runner to poach City jobs.
Many financial departments that continue to rely on traditional tools such as spreadsheets struggle to draw together multiple data sources and resolve complex adjustments.
Following the departure of Charlotte Hogg, only recently promoted to deputy governor, from the Bank of England, two commentators have offered their thoughts on ethical standards in financial services.
For banks there is an existential challenge that must be confronted over the coming year.
A Lloyds Bank report suggests that firms have cut back their planned expenditure sharply post-Brexit.
The steady transformation of the peer-to-peer lending market has seen institutional funders increasingly come on board.
As a biopic of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc hits cinema screens, what cash flow forecasting challenges face global food and beverage businesses 60 years on from the creation of the golden arches?