It was hard not to be impressed when LegalZoom’s shares opened 31 per cent above the company’s offer price on its Nasdaq debut earlier this month,... Read more »
Did you know it’s ten years since the introduction of the UK’s primary anti-corruption law, the Bribery Act 2010?
There can be fewer pieces of... Read more »
The Bank of England has just raised its growth forecast following its Monetary Policy Report on Thursday. Their previous forecast of 5% now looks too... Read more »
The business pages are full of CEOs redefining how the post-virus response will place their company in tune to the new zeitgeist.
Alistair Osborne in... Read more »
Last month I wrote on this blog how nice it will be soon - at last - to go to a pub. Regrettably a recent survey of tied publicans, i.e. those who... Read more »
A new survey published by AAT (the Association of Accounting Technicians) has revealed that MPs overwhelmingly support AAT’s recommendation for... Read more »
I can highly recommend a browse around the ICAEW’s Corporate Finance section on its website. Recently I discovered this gem, drafted by Jon Moulton,... Read more »
Written at the request of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta’s masterful analysis of how an economic value could be... Read more »
There’s a lot of restructuring of businesses at present taking place as they right-size for the post-pandemic lockdown. Once the government’s... Read more »
Perhaps it was to be expected but I seem to have been overlooked again for nomination to the International Law Commission. Disappointing. That said,... Read more »