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Corporate specialist law firm TLT is expanding

The law firm TLT has expanded from its Bristol base to Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Belfast and London, specialising in clean energy, digital, financial services, leisure, food and drink, public sector, real estate, and retail and consumer goods. Marc Mullen reports on their expansion and how they are affected by COVID-10 and Brexit.

Making risk extinct

Extinction Rebellion has put climate change back on the front pages. And if ‘value’ means future profits discounted for risk, then advisers must understand how environmental factors affect every business. Grant Murgatroyd reports for the Corporate Finance Faculty.

Value and governance

The UK Corporate Governance Code’s impact on financial performance has been largely untested until now. Research by Grant Thornton correlates strong corporate governance with financial outperformance.

Looking to the future of AI in corporate advisory

Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used in corporate decision-making, investment and M&A. Last year, the faculty’s Shaun Beaney and Rosanna Woods of Drooms co-authored the AI in Corporate Advisory research report. This was followed in May by an evidence meeting held by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence (APPG-AI), hosted remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic

Guidelines and reports

Financial Modelling, Issue 63

This 2nd edition is a practical guide to financial modelling in a corporate finance transaction context. That rider is important. The guide is aimed at corporate financiers and modellers who need to prepare, use or review financial models for deals; it is not aimed at financial modellers who need to develop their understanding of corporate finance.