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A radical new agenda for banks

The finance industry has seen more innovation in the last five years than in the previous five centuries – and it has become clear that many of the traditional banks are ill-equipped for the new world order it heralds. We share our thoughts on the future of finance.

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A bold new direction for travel

Robots in restaurants, apps for everything: hotels exploiting technology to beat staff shortages and drive efficiency.

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Be broadminded and look beyond the usual suspects when choosing a successor

Succession planning is the latest aspect of business life where the ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) agenda is having a profound impact. Handled correctly, it could resolve many of the thorny issues company owners face in attracting talented young staff and promoting leaders of the future.

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The hunt for value is on as era of ‘easy money’ ends

Economic responses to the Covid pandemic created favourable conditions for corporate deal-making, with cheap money and low inflation driving demand and valuations higher.

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The drive to survive

Thomas Ziegler, leader of Moore Global’s automotive group, considers the impact the shift from combustion engines to battery powered vehicles will have on the global supply chain.

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Car dealer forecourts are bustling but big challenges are round the corner

Auto sales have bounced back and prices and profits for dealers are sky high. However, a looming supply shortage and influx of new technology players threaten the revenue models of traditional franchises.

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Stick or twist

Suppliers in the automotive industry have a dilemma: continue to develop systems for traditional cars or gamble on electric vehicles which make up only a fraction of global sales.

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The inconvenient truth about sustainability

Technology needed to meet 2050 global emissions targets is not ready but there are five steps we could take now that would make a big difference.

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LNG: is the answer to sustainable shipping staring us in the face?

Shipping would be the world’s sixth largest polluter if it was a country. Powering vessels with LNG could cut emissions by 30 percent but it is controversial.

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A human element is vital in the technology revolution

The global pandemic has forced business owners to confront the shortcomings of their legacy systems and embrace the edge that Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Big Data gives them. However, it’s important to remember that relationships will always be critical for sustainable growth.