business

Citigate Dewe Rogerson’s 9th annual investor relations survey places investor education at centre stage as companies prepare for MiFID II

Investor relations

CDR’s 9th annual investor relations survey reveals how MiFID II is prompting companies in Europe, and beyond, to take a more active and direct role in educating investors.

School’s out for summer

Uncategorised

Summer holidays are here and many working parents of school age children are feeling simultaneously happy that they can drop the daily morning harassment of children to get up, fed and out the door, whilst also stressed that they must organise either child care or entertainment for six weeks.

Communicating ESG – The gap in the market

Corporate

Pressures on companies to behave ethically have gained a powerful momentum in the 21st Century.

When words become meaningless

Corporate

Brands increasingly use meaningless words to sell products. Don’t believe me? Let’s take a look at something we all read, the humble restaurant menu designed to entice the hungry customer.

Will it be a hard or soft GDPR?

Corporate

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in May 2018 and will bring with it onerous fines of 4% of the previous year’s turnover or €20 million, whichever is the greater, for non-compliance.

Changing Places: The growing opportunities for financial centres in Europe

Corporate

How are globalisation and breath-taking advances in technology determining what happens to the EU’s highly attractive market?

The power of boycotts

Corporate and Consumer PR

Boycotts have a mixed history of success. However, as social media becomes increasingly prevalent, they can become more and more powerful.

Signed, sealed, delivered: Article 50 activated

Public policy

And they’re off. Theresa May has officially notified Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, that Britain is leaving the European Union.

More like a holding statement than a Budget one

Politics,Public policy

In keeping with his “Spreadsheet Phil” persona, Philip Hammond’s Budget today was mostly boring. Many of the announcements had been expected, due to a tightly controlled drip-feed to the media over the last week or so.