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PM's open letter about the rights of EU nationals is a closing tactic

Is Theresa May's open letter a genuine committment or just another tactic in ongoing Brexit disucssions?

2 days ago
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Proposed increased powers of intervention will require careful planning

Ross Wiggins from Menzies discusses the government’s changes to M&A transactions

2 days ago
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Game theory's role in Brexit

Credibility is key for a successful attempt at a “no deal” Brexit strategy

2 days ago
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Law vital to the future of artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence has already transformed many lives but is set to have an even greater impact

3 days ago
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Don't bank on bankruptcy for banks

There are risks involved in the proposed new process for resolving failed mega-banks

3 days ago
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Culture and conduct in financial services

Jonathan Davidson, FCA director of supervision for retail and authorisations, has addressed culture and conduct in financial services

4 days ago
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Why Richard Thaler won the 2017 economics Nobel Prize

Thaler was on many people’s list of Nobel favourites, but here is why he stands out.

12 October 2017
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Free movement is our right, don't give it up

Free movement is often talked about as if it's something which is done to the UK rather than as a right

12 October 2017
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The UK, Brexit and consumer debt

Should we be concerned as global credit analysts warn of serious UK consumer debt problems?

12 October 2017
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Looming Crisis in South Korea

The country is facing new risks such as rapid population aging, labour-market inefficiency and institutional weakness

11 October 2017

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