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  • FTI Consulting trading challenge

      With the clock ticking, there is much speculation around which legislation will make the cut before a new European Commission and Parliament take the floor. Financial Services remains a sector of heated debate with high volatility and little margin for error. FTI Consulting has hedged its bets on which pieces of legislation may have…

  • Foreign investment gets political

    Across the Western world, politicians are getting nervous about the future place of their countries in the global economy. In 2014, the EU and the US economies combined accounted for 46% of global GDP, down from 60% in 2004[1]. Over the same period, China saw its share rise from 5% to 13%. In this context,…

  • Trade Storm: A Transatlantic conversation on trade tensions

    Earlier this week (Tuesday 13 March), Ed Reilly, Senior Advisor and former CEO of FTI Consulting’s strategic communications segment, shared his thoughts and insights about the storms that are overshadowing the transatlantic trade relationship at a discussion at FTI Consulting in Brussels. The debate was moderated by John Clancy, Senior Advisor at FTI Consulting and…

  • Competition policies in a changing political environment

    Future trends in competition law and enforcement have  to take account of the current shift in the focus of economic activity, and the law enforcement which accompanies it, away from the longstanding dominance of the US and Europe towards a more multipolar environment with a growing influence of emerging countries, and in particular of Asian…

  • What is Paradise?

    On Sunday 5 November the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) published new revelations about tax evasion and avoidance schemes. These revelations seem to be even more significant than the Panama Papers and Lux Leaks. The moniker they have bestowed on these leaks is Paradise Papers. Journalists have promised that this time the focus will…

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