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Evan Harvey, Nasdaq: Where the Market Stands

The stock exchange industry has been increasingly

Otaviano Canuto, IMF: What Happened to World Trade?

World trade suffered another disappointing year in

Ann Low, US Department of State: Good Corporate Governance is Good Business

OECD Guidelines on Corporate Governance of State-Owned

Evan Harvey, Nasdaq: Something New Under the Sun

A report from the WFE annual meeting

Venezuela: Economic Decline Too Steep to Tabulate

Venezuelan social media is a curious thing. There are few pictures of parents proudly showing off their kids, or of

Nick D’Aloisio: Coding Philosopher

Oxford undergraduate Nick D’Aloisio is no average student. The self-taught programmer became a teenage millionaire in 2012 when he sold

PwC: Nigeria – Prosperity Beyond Oil

PwC recently published a report in conjunction with the Lagos State Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on the key

Hermès: Corporate Savoir Vivre

Horse & Hound magazine recently rated the Hermès Cavale among its top ten saddles in the world – and at

Mohamed A El-Erian: Is the Perfect Storm Over for Markets?

Earlier this year, financial markets around the world were forced to navigate a perfect storm – a violent disruption fuelled

Ann Makosinski: A Beautiful Mind

Inventors don’t always make the best entrepreneurs. The skills and attitudes needed to develop new ideas are not the same

Building Stronger Governance and Compliance Foundations in Sub-Saharan Africa

Analysts, politicians, economists and media pundits have kicked off 2016 with a largely pessimistic outlook for the global economy. Clearly

Energy for the Masses: Raiders of the Lost Promise – The Holy Grail of Nuclear Fusion

All You Ever Wanted to Know about Stellarators and Tokamaks The vast amounts of energy released by splitting the atom

Grant Thornton Hong Kong: M&A – Cultural Alignment for Successful Integration

Too often companies put together look great on paper but are fraught with management and structural problems that end up turning

Science-Based Emissions Targets: A New Foundation for Corporate Climate Action

Corporate emissions-reduction targets have become commonplace. In 2014, 80% of companies that reported their emissions to CDP, an international NGO

Ross Jackson: Stemming the Flow of Refugees – An Holistic Approach

The unprecedented surge of refugees streaming into Europe is no doubt due to the ongoing wars in Syria and Iraq

Michael Pettis: Money Is Not Created Out of Thin Air

A recurring conversation I have with clients concerns the ability of banks to create credit, and of governments to monetise debt,

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