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  • Brexit Bowl – America’s Cure for a Brexit Hangover?

    David Wade, a member of FTI Consulting’s Strategic Communications Advisory Group for North America and former Chief of Staff to the State Department, provides a view from the United States on the Brexit decision in this snapshot. He discusses what American policy-makers make of Brexit and why this is so important for the U.S, as…

  • Brexit’s Impact on the Energy Sector

    The implications of the United Kingdom’s (UK) decision to opt for Brexit continue to reverberate. While the UK has yet to invoke Article 50 and formally begin the process of exiting the European Union (EU), the EU will continue to regulate and formulate new policies in areas that impact business and affect investment decisions not…

  • Brexit: Dealing with Uncertainty

    The 23rd June Referendum has triggered a number of reactions which are likely to affect the UK economy regardless of the timing and conditions of Britain’s exit from the EU. Weaker Sterling, softer GDP growth forecasts and deteriorating consumer confidence are the elements that will impact Britain’s economy in the upcoming period of regulatory uncertainty. Some sectors are more…

  • Brexit Bowl: Competing Public Interests? Politics and Competition Enforcement

    What does Brexit mean for competition policy in the EU and UK? The issue has already formed part of the post-Brexit policy debate in the United Kingdom. This snapshot from FTI Consulting’s Senior Advisor, Sir Philip Lowe, a former Director General of the European Commission’s Competition department, looks at the issue of ‘public interest’ in…

  • The knowns, the unknowns and what happens next? An FTI Brexit Bowl Breakfast with Sir Philip Lowe

    Sir Philip Lowe addressed the theme of “Brexit: the knowns, the unknowns, and what happens next?” at the FTI Brexit Bowl Breakfast of 13 July 2016. One of the most important unknowns, namely who was to lead the UK out of the EU, is now known. Theresa May was elected as the new British Prime…

  • Changing tides for country-specific recommendations on Finance?

    Why you should be aware of this underrated policy tool? On 18 May, the European Commission adopted its yearly country-specific recommendations that are expected to be passed by the European Council at the end of the month. Rooted in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), these recommendations provide non-binding guidelines for…

  • Another call for action on the fight against AMR

    Last week, the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, published its final report on Tackling Drug-Resistant Infections Globally. The document represents an important call for action in the global fight against AMR and is expected to have a huge impact on the current debate. Setting the scene, the report states that 700,000 people die of drug-resistant infections…

  • Crisis communications: failing to plan is planning to fail

    Why every business needs a solid crisis communications plan John F Kennedy once said that the time to repair the roof is when the sun is shining. While he was talking about the US economy, the same goes for crisis management in protecting corporate reputation. In today’s fast-paced world – marked by a 24-7 news…

  • Corporate Reputation takes center stage at ReputationTime 2016 – What we learned from transformers

    The ReputationTime conference took place in Paris on 11 March dedicated to the ‘Transformers’: individuals, activists, nongovernmental associations but also outstanding companies who are conscious about the meaning of their actions and get inspired by the expectations of the communities surrounding them. They manage to have an impact on society and make change happen. The…

  • Super Sunday Elections in Germany

    A political earthquake was predicted ahead of voting day in Germany, where regional elections were held in three of the 16 states. Now the dust has settled, and what’s become clear is that nothing much has changed: in all three states, the acting prime ministers are confirmed in office. In this snapshot Martin Kothé, head…

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