The Energy Transition Challenge: Investing for impact

With Parliament declaring a climate emergency and the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) setting the target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, there is little doubt that climate issues and the demands for action will remain high on the political agenda.

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Brexit
How Britain can win and lose if it leaves the European Union on WTO terms

Hard Brexit proponents in the UK extol the virtues of leaving the EU without a deal on what is known as ‘WTO terms’.  It is argued that much of global trade already takes place on such terms and there is nothing to fear about the UK falling back on this structure.

 

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Uncategorised
Why companies looking for an IPO need back-up from the experts

The number of companies that have successfully listed in Europe recently, and the list of those that are expected to go public in the near future is under-pinning indications of a very health stock market sector.

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International Affairs
The experts who shine the light into the darkness of North Korea

Few other countries command attention like North Korea. An outlier on the international stage, the country is viewed with a mixture of fascination and fear.

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Healthcare
Healthcare technology – a brave new world

Our world is  so hugely influenced by technologies – how we communicate, how we entertain ourselves, shop, bank, read, campaign, vote, and even how we exercise. And technology is fundamentally changing the healthcare industry.

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Uncategorised
How fake news is getting to the heart of media truth

There is nothing new about the term “fake news”, the shiny new buzz word for this year. The expression first started floating around last year  when Facebook came under scrutiny for publishing unverified content and “fake” news stories.

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