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.
Reports suggest that the bank’s Berlin branch will become a subsidiary to ensure that it has a hub within the European Union after the UK’s departure.
The bank reports that fears of a ‘hard Brexit’ have persuaded some of its biggest UK corporate clients to begin routing business through Europe.
The European Central Bank said that banks planning to relocate to the eurozone will probably have to wait six months to acquire a licence.
Deloitte’s latest survey of UK chief financial officers show optimism at a 21-month high, but risk appetite still muted.
The Grand Duchy has claimed the legal right to host the London-based European Banking Authority after the UK exits the European Union.
The venerable insurance and reinsurance market said its new insurance company in the Belgian capital should be ready to write business for January 1 2019 renewals onwards.
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.