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How Brexit will impact finance

Despite passporting and regulatory issues ahead, the UK is well-placed to survive this challenge, says Edmund Parker

2 days ago
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What we have learned from the Luxleaks affair

The appeal ruling on the PwC whistleblowers who exposed tax avoidance is a regressive step in the fight against financial impropriety

3 days ago
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Why Britain needs an economic policy U-turn

The reversal on NICs exposes flaws in the government's approach to building a stronger and more inclusive economy

4 days ago
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Housing bubble déjà vu

The 2008 crisis exposed a serious weakness in the global financial system's architecture. It still has not been addressed

5 days ago
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Lessons from Samsung and South Korea in cracking down on corruption

We must also have the courage to transform the internal structure of big companies

16 March 2017
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Will regulating privately-owned companies make a difference?

Extending the regulatory regime could make the UK uncompetitive compared with the rest of the EU

16 March 2017
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Germany, the G20 and inclusive globalisation

International cooperation is the only way to achieve strong, sustainable and inclusive global growth, argues Wolfgang Schäuble

15 March 2017
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What’s better than a border adjustment tax?

Trump can reduce the risks of destructive trade wars and reform taxes, argues Michael Heise

15 March 2017
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Trump’s trade revanchism

Joakim Reiter and Guillermo Valles on how Trump’s “America first” trade policy will actually play out

15 March 2017
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Debate: reporting directors' duties

Are the current rules covering directors’ duties - and how companies report on their fulfilment - sufficient, clear and robust?

9 March 2017

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