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|... regulatory reviews, and obtaining regulator consents. Most recently, she has advised clients in relation to the impact of Brexit, focussing in particular on corporate governance, and has also helped clients in relation to various individual accountability ...|
|... purchases at £645 billion - it's also predicting that Britain would experience its worst recession in 300 years. Brexit was a stroll on Hyde Park compared with COVID-19. Ex-BOE governor Mark Carney must be thanking his lucky stars he only had ...|
|Bad timing it may be but, it is what it is. The coronavirus pandemic struck just when the dark clouds of Brexit uncertainty lifted over the United Kingdom. For the best part of three years, Brexit was on every Brits mind - dampening business investment ...|
|... Green said. "These include the uncertainty generated by this year's US presidential election." "The risk of a no-deal Brexit for the UK, EU and global economies also remains a key headwind. Green said another concern should be the longer-term inflation ...|
|... central banks are the new masters of the universe. Grexit, the Jasmine Revolution, North Korea's missile launches, Brexit and Trump's trade war -- and other challenges in-between -- proved no match for central bank money Throw enough money at ...|
|... Kase, portfolio manager - fixed income at Schroders. Kase said the concerns investors faced in 2019 - think trade war and Brexit - have come and gone leaving markets relatively unscathed. "The market focus has moved on and we have sailed through relatively ...|
|... the helm of the British central bank. The BOE kept monetary policy unchanged, as widely expected, right on the eve of Brexit. Andrew Bailey will replace Carney as the BOE's head honcho starting on 16 March 2020. Top-tier stats suggest that Carney ...|
|... "There are some big things on the horizon which could hamper growth - the progress of the Phase 2 US-China trade deal, the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, central banks changing their policy framework and the relationship between monetary and fiscal policy ...|
|... accommodative monetary policy, intermittent favorable news on US-China trade negotiations, and diminished fears of a no-deal Brexit, leading to some retreat from the risk-off environment that had set in at the time of the October WEO." "However, few ...|
|... economy is improving backed by the de-escalation of the US-China trade tensions (the phase one deal had been signed), Brexit is no longer uncertain and major global central banks continue to maintain accommodative monetary policies. The Reserve Bank ...|
The $80 billion fund manager has hired BMO Global Asset Management's Asia Pacific managing director as an executive director as the incumbent retires.
Wilson Asset Management has responded to allegations by Keybridge Capital, noting the investment manager has already failed twice in previous attempts to obtain orders of this kind.
The former head of ESG investment research at AMP Capital has taken up a new role.
Fortnum, Centrepoint, Easton Wealth, CountPlus, Fitzpatricks and Paragem have all criticised the Financial Planning Association of Australia's latest policy proposal.
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