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  • PARIS AGREEMENT – US COPING OUT

    The Paris Climate Agreement has been a diplomatic success story, giving rise to the hope that the world finally unites in the fight against climate change. In 2015, 196 countries signed the international compromise and formally committed to finding solutions in order to mitigate climate change. Trump’s announcement on 1 June to withdraw from the…

  • U.S. Election Results: Our Day-After Analysis

    After one of the longest, most volatile, and arguably most contentious presidential campaigns in modern American history, FTI Consulting developed detailed Day-After Analysis Reports regarding the U.S. election, providing an overview of the new balance of power and insights into the first 100 days of new leadership: U.S. Election Analysis; The First 100 Days &…

  • Trump vs Clinton – Battle for Business

    Our research team carried out research with global institutional investors and global corporates asking the questions whether Trump or Clinton is best for a variety of business related issues. This infographic shows who does better in areas such as boosting the economy, increasing employment, attracting business investment or promoting global economic stability. Dan Healy is…

  • CISA: Opportunity or threat to the future of transatlantic data sharing?

    The debate on data flows between the US and EU is heating up again. In mid-October, the US House of Representatives approved the Judicial Redress Act, a bill that will give foreigners the same rights to judicial redress as US citizens if law enforcers violate their data privacy. This was necessary for the implementation of…

  • Shaping the Capital Markets Union

    To date the market for bonds, stocks and derivatives remains highly fragmented along national borders. Barriers to a genuine European capital market range from the high administrative cost to access capital markets and national limitations to what assets pension funds can invest in, to the general lack of trust of retail investors in financial markets…

  • Anti-US Sentiments – A concern for business?

                  The Snowden revelations, domination of the internet by US companies and the ongoing critical debate about TTIP impact public opinion of US business in the EU. While the US is by far Europe’s most important partner in political as well as economic terms, US companies are increasingly concerned…

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