The outlook for the UK economy is negative and the recent recovery by the pound is unlikely to last.
Most are ‘hugely optimistic’ that their business will succeed in the year ahead, according to Ricoh Europe.
Companies have only a limited time to complete their preparations before the UK departs the EU, warns Marsh executive Mark Weil.
A global study by American Express of more than 3,000 business leaders in small to medium enterprises finds them in confident mood.
As president Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the UK, how can corporates gain from recent spikes in sterling against the dollar while minimising inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite?
Bank of America Merrill has indicated that its European head office will remain in the UK capital as France steps up a campaign to lure banks to Paris.
An Ipsos Mori poll of the UK’s largest 500 companies finds that more than half report that last June’s referendum result is already negatively impacting on their operations.
The impact of Donald Trump may currently dominate headlines, but the possibility that an era of partial de-globalisation is now underway could affect companies more significantly.
More than three in four UK payment firms authorised in the past eight years have passported their services across Europe, according to data secured from the regulator.
TheCityUK, which represents London’s financial district and supported the UK’s membership of the European Union, now thinks leaving is a chance to boost trade and investment.