It has been more than six years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, which brought the financial system to its knees and forced the big banks in the US and Europe to turn to their governments for help. Management has been focused on ‘fixing the bank’ and on meeting regulatory demands, such as rebuilding capital…

By Nicola Meaden Grenham, PhD, Senior Adviser, Armstrong International Investment competition in the private markets continues to advance at a speedy pace. It is particularly strong in Europe as an increasing number of mid-sized North American pension funds enter a market that has been, hitherto, the domain of the large institutional investors and the sovereign…

An explanation of centralisation in London’s financial market and its projected effects on entrepreneurship. The desire to increase revenue will need progressive innovation, but how will today’s companies achieve this, and how might an effective and forward thinking Search Firm be able to help… Banks, brokers and insurers; as well as the broader financial services…

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