Sterling's weak performance in the wake of June's Brexit vote could allow the UK to re-balance its economy, according to Mervyn King, as he described forecasts of a materially weaker UK as a result of Brexit as "highly speculative".
The former governor of the Bank of England (pictured) told Central Banking magazine that sterling's 9% collapse since the Brexit vote could lead to a rebalancing of the economy from consumer spending to...
Sectoral diversification has shown its worth in this economic crisis, says Robert Scammell, but whether this is a ‘dead cat bounce’ is yet to be determined.
The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to accelerate this shift, requiring investors to understand the value companies have been creating for and extracting from all stakeholders.
Multi-national companies must consider complex methods for scheme funding including increased flexibility on retirement benefits, Aon says.
The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) has published detailed advice on how to integrate climate risks and opportunities into investment processes.
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