Our latest thoughts, opinions and guidance in the realms of investment and finance
22nd Mar 2018
GDPR is coming...
On May 25, 2018, a new landmark privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) takes effect in the European Union (EU).
5th Oct 2017
Who is the new Small Business Commissioner?
With the Conservative Party Conference dominating the news headlines this week, you might have just missed the announcement of the government’s newly appointed and heavily anticipated Small Business Commissioner.
18th Jul 2016
What's the state of play for SMEs and investors in post-Brexit Britain?
Britain's departure from the EU has left the nation in a state of flux. While the political and economic landscapes in the UK remain changeable, we take a look at the current state of play for SMEs and investors.
14th Apr 2016
From manufacturing to MSBs – more needs to be done to support Welsh business
The future of Welsh manufacturing has been heavily discussed over past few weeks following the announcement that Tata Steel is looking to sell its UK based plants. The steel giant has reported losses across the UK, and while a new buyer is being touted, the future of the business and wider industry is unclear.
1st Apr 2016
Why you need to work to build your money’s muscle
Since 2009, conditions for UK investors have been far from ideal. With interest rates steadfastly set at 0.5%, many are questioning how they can make their money work harder to generate more than meagre returns. We discuss four options, and how they compare in terms of investor returns.
11th Mar 2016
All eyes on Osborne as he eyes the throne
Chancellor George Osborne is due to deliver his next set-piece fiscal policy review on Wednesday, in the form of his first regular Budget under the majority Conservative government. With the EU Referendum only 3 months away and a leadership contest which is likely to follow shortly after, a all eyes are on the Chancellor this week.
29th Feb 2016
Why credibility is key in the sharing economy
As the sharing economy continues to see substantial growth, PwC value the global sector at $15bn, with the potential to be worth $335bn by 2025. Paramount to this growth is the credibility of its participants, so how can trust be maintained and even improved?