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  • O CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN – JUNCKER’S STATE OF THE UNION

    Among EU observers, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker’s State of the Union speech was highly anticipated and widely expected to be more visionary and personal than in previous years. The speech was indeed much more optimistic and forward looking; Juncker claimed that the EU now had the wind in its sails. In this snapshot, we…

  • Estonian EU Council Presidency

    Estonia will take over the role of Presidency of the Council of the EU from Malta on 1 July 2017, their first since joining the EU alongside their Baltic neighbours in 2004. Their presidency’s slogan – “Unity through Balance” – shows Estonia intends to fully embrace its role to find agreement among very diverse national…

  • A GLOBAL RACE FOR AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES

    The automotive revenue pool will grow and diversify with new services, potentially becoming a $1.5 trillion market in 2030 according to McKinsey & Company. However, the discussion on new technologies such as autonomous vehicles suffers from highly fragmented regulatory approaches in key markets – the US, EU and Asia – leaving the international industry frustrated…

  • Cyber intelligence: a step forward in cybersecurity

    Companies are increasingly confronted by carefully planned and sophisticated cyberattacks, with huge financial and reputational costs. No wonder cybersecurity has become a top concern among c-suite executives. All businesses, regardless their sector, size or market share, are potential targets for cyber criminals. In many cases repeated cyberattacks against the same company come in quick succession.…

  • Enabling Connected Cars: Securing the right regulatory environment

    Close cooperation between regulators and the private sector is key to the development of the connected-car market in Europe. This was the main outcome of a roundtable on connected cars organised by FTI Consulting and Linklaters LLP on 16 October 2015. The event brought together representatives of the European institutions and the private sector to…

  • Investing in the future: the digital economy and disruptive technologies

    Last week, the UK capital played host to London Tech Week, a week-long technology convention with over 210 events and 40,000 delegates. In this snapshot FTI Consulting’s London team  looks at the growth of the UK’s digital and technological industry and what opportunities lie ahead. 

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