20 October 2020: Things are very precarious for construction across the globe, but there are opportunities to shake things up, embrace tech, and reach for public sector investment.
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The market response to the crisis, the impacts of that response and the repercussions around the world.
Don't miss out on our daily summary of how global business and markets are recovering from the pandemic. We also produce daily summaries of the actions that governments and regulators are taking to combat the impact of the virus on their populations and the global economy.
15 October 2020: 2020 has not been kind to the retail sector, but there are opportunities for those that embrace online platforms.
2 October: The latest statistics for the UK economy generate a grim graphic for the #icaewchartoftheweek.
17 September 2020: Alkis Hajittofis, executive director and head of portfolio management Resolute Investment Management a leading Cyprus-based alternative Investment Fund Manager, shares his insights on benefits and opportunities within the Cyprus funds industry.
17 September: Businesses need to think carefully about what products and services are needed in a post-COVID world, develop in-built resilience and move from an operational mindset to making more tactical and strategic decisions for the future, according to Deloitte UK’s Chief Executive.
16 September: Judges say insurers should cover SME business interruption insurance claims made during the pandemic, writes Financial Services Faculty commissioning editor Brian Cantwell.
9 September: £35bn of potential bad debt is being quietly fought over between Whitehall and the City once loans start maturing after March 2021, writes Financial Services Faculty commissioning editor Brian Cantwell.
8 September 2020: The UK is fast becoming a centre of expertise for advisory on renewables projects, at home and overseas. How might this contribute to the global recovery?
3 September 2020: Worldwide economic activity will see a strong rebound in the latter part of 2020, but according to leading economists this masks underlying issues for the long-term recovery, with global trade particularly in the spotlight.
28 August: Since 2009, the UK has struggled with a slowdown in the progress of productivity. ICAEW Insights examines the causes of this ‘productivity puzzle’ and looks at how the government could tackle this in its COVID-19 rebuilding programme.