The Corporate Finance Faculty celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. During this time, its membership and influence has grown. Senior corporate financiers give their thoughts on the reach of the faculty – and the challenges it faces
The Corporate Finance Faculty is a valuable asset, says David Petrie, that evolves in the face of ever-changing markets and legislation and provides an essential professional network
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.
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.
Corporate carve-outs present particularly complex challenges, explains Emma Havas of Travers Smith
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.
Jon Moulton argues that in overstepping his original remit, Sir John Kingman’s review of the Financial Reporting Council could be storing up even more problems