18 November 2020

Pandemic to accelerate SME’s embrace of alternative lenders

The maturity of the UK’s private debt market over the last decade represents a significant silver lining for growth-focused SMEs navigating the intensifying second wave of the pandemic.
13 November 2020

Banks’ near-term compromised bandwidth may prompt SMEs to embrace alternative lenders

Britain’s recent descent into a coronavirus ‘second wave’ with the UK government succumbing to scientific and political pressure to enforce another national lockdown in England, will blunt the momentum of any short-term economic recovery.
9 November 2020

The return of commercial property distress

The long-term impact of the pandemic on vulnerable commercial property sectors and landlords’ business models, remains, at least in part, uncertain at this stage.
4 November 2020

Tale of two needles: Trump and Biden locked in tight White House race

Donald Trump and Joe Biden are locked in a tight race for the White House with early indicators that Trump has once again defied pollsters in his US presidential re-election bid, which this morning remains too close to call.
3 November 2020

Winter is coming: making plans in unpredictable times

Many corporates of all sizes feel exasperated, but not surprised, by the enduring disruption to business activity caused by the pandemic.
28 September 2020

Chancellor prepares UK for bleak economic winter

UK chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak unveiled the government’s Winter Economy Plan in the House of Commons on Thursday.
27 July 2020

Europe shows solidarity in landmark debt mutualisation commitment

Europe's leaders have reached a consensus and will have the EU raise €750bn to provide support for nations severely affected by Covid-19
15 June 2020

UK government must manage divided attention while resetting national agenda

The UK, like other nations around the world, has divided attention.
2 June 2020

Global airlines tentatively return to the skies as fight for survival intensifies

After  the aviation sector's most dramatic disruption affecting economic loss, global airlines are starting to resume services despite the risks of the ongoing pandemic.