A list compiled by the FT of companies with the strongest sales growth from 2012 to 2015 shows the UK capital ahead of Paris, Milan and Berlin.
A PwC global report finds that a majority of financial services firms plan strategic partnerships with fintech start-ups, while nearly half intend to make acquisitions.
Standard & Poor’s has cut its long-term foreign currency sovereign credit rating to BB+ from BBB- as president Zuma comes under increasing pressure to resign.
There’s a high casualty rate among fledgling businesses in their very first year of operations. This blog identifies six mistakes that can sink a new firm in its early months and how to avoid them.
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.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley has pencilled in a rate of 7.2% for this year, accelerating to 7.7% in 2018.
Deloitte’s latest survey of UK chief financial officers show optimism at a 21-month high, but risk appetite still muted.
President Jacob Zuma confirmed the dismissal of Pravin Gordhan after days of speculation that caused market and currency volatility.
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.