The European Commission has come forward with some key changes to the regime for insurers and reinsurers, addressing capital requirements and requiring more attention to climate change in risk management.
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While the momentum of the global economic recovery has slowed, businesses and financial markets are still positioning themselves for growth in 2022, according to Deloitte’s Chief Economist.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen delivered her second ‘State of the European Union’ speech this week, outlining flagship initiatives for the Commission in the coming year.
In June 2021, Igloo Vision was included as one of 21 companies to watch in the UK Immersive Tech: Venture Capital Investment Report. Kerry Head, Igloo Vision’s Managing Director, shares how the company has financed growing from its Shropshire roots to opening offices in the US, Canada and Australia.
COVID-19 has encouraged more global investment, with European venture capital investments at a record high.
Business confidence is at a record high for the second consecutive quarter, an ICAEW survey finds, despite staffing challenges and the threat of a resurgence in COVID-19 cases as the economy reopens
Dr Keith Arundale, Senior Visiting Fellow at the International Capital Market Association Centre and Non-Executive Director of Henley Business Angels, considers the prospects for venture capital firms
Food industry entrepreneur Laura Bounds knows when a business needs investment, and when it requires a different approach.
So often we imagine those seeking equity interfacing with those seeking investment opportunities, but the reality is that there is often another party in the mix: the advisor.
While COVID closed off traditional micro-business funding opportunities, other options have emerged which play into the strengths of entrepreneurs from more diverse backgrounds.