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    Why ESG will still matter post Covid-19

    By Ludo Baynham-Herd, Associate Director – Financial Services Amid the severity of the global pandemic and economic uncertainty that lies ahead, many have questioned whether the recent rise of “ESG” (environment, social and governance) factors will dissipate as business, investors...

    May 13, 2020

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    Are you just plain boring?

    Are you just plain boring? By Kev O’Sullivan, Executive Creative Director. “When will my life begin?” Mandy Moore laments via sing-a-long song in 2010’sTangled. If you haven’t seen it, now’s kinda the time. Based on the German fairy-talepro Rapunzel, by the Brothers Grimm no...

    May 6, 2020

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    A new world order? The geopolitical fallout from Coronavirus

    A New world order?  The geopolitical fallout from Coronavirus. By Michael Hartt (Partner and Head of International Affairs) and Nick De Luca (Senior Partner) For 80 years, the complex web of multilateral institutions, governments and the private sector has led...

    April 30, 2020

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    The New rules of political engagement

    The New rules of political engagement. By Sara Williams, Associate Director If I had to pick a phrase that best sums up the conversations I’ve been having with clients and colleagues since the crisis began it would be this: “Actually,...

    April 30, 2020

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    WILL THE PANDEMIC PUT PAID TO PRINT? Why online-only might soon be the only option for some UK news titles.

      WILL THE PANDEMIC PUT PAID TO PRINT? Why online-only might soon be the only option for some UK news titles. By Peter Meikle, Head of News He’d normally be busy editing the diary section for one of the UK’s...

    April 30, 2020

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  • Opinions

    Why ESG will still matter post Covid-19

    By Ludo Baynham-Herd, Associate Director – Financial Services Amid the severity of the global pandemic and economic uncertainty that lies ahead, many have questioned whether the recent rise of “ESG” (environment, social and governance) factors will dissipate as business, investors...

    May 13, 2020

  • Opinions

    Are you just plain boring?

    Are you just plain boring? By Kev O’Sullivan, Executive Creative Director. “When will my life begin?” Mandy Moore laments via sing-a-long song in 2010’sTangled. If you haven’t seen it, now’s kinda the time. Based on the German fairy-talepro Rapunzel, by the Brothers Grimm no...

    May 6, 2020

  • Opinions

    A new world order? The geopolitical fallout from Coronavirus

    A New world order?  The geopolitical fallout from Coronavirus. By Michael Hartt (Partner and Head of International Affairs) and Nick De Luca (Senior Partner) For 80 years, the complex web of multilateral institutions, governments and the private sector has led...

    April 30, 2020

  • Opinions

    The New rules of political engagement

    The New rules of political engagement. By Sara Williams, Associate Director If I had to pick a phrase that best sums up the conversations I’ve been having with clients and colleagues since the crisis began it would be this: “Actually,...

    April 30, 2020

  • Opinions

    WILL THE PANDEMIC PUT PAID TO PRINT? Why online-only might soon be the only option for some UK news titles.

      WILL THE PANDEMIC PUT PAID TO PRINT? Why online-only might soon be the only option for some UK news titles. By Peter Meikle, Head of News He’d normally be busy editing the diary section for one of the UK’s...

    April 30, 2020

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