Beyond Divestment

Investors wield huge power to change corporate agendas. As pressure builds for all players in business to tackle the climate change threat, should the world’s major asset owners divest fully from certain industries?

The Big Float

When the US effectively floated the US dollar in 1971, many foresaw the end, or at least the beginning of the end, of the Bretton Woods system and, with it, American monetary and economic hegemony. Yet the dollar-based system survives – along with the same old criticisms of it.

A Global Tax Deal for the Rich, Not the Poor

Despite the recent G7 agreement on corporate taxation, global leadership requires going beyond national interests to ensure that all countries have sufficient resources to develop healthier post-pandemic economies.

A Looming Tax Shadow?

What will the G7’s agreement to pursue a minimum global income tax rate of 15% mean for the markets?

What will the G7’s agreement to pursue a minimum global income tax rate of 15% mean for the markets?

Despite the recent G7 agreement on corporate taxation, global leadership requires going beyond national interests to ensure that all countries have sufficient resources to develop healthier post-pandemic economies.

Beyond Divestment

by | June 14, 2021

Investors wield huge power to change corporate agendas. As pressure builds for all players in business to tackle the climate change threat, should the world’s major asset owners divest fully from certain industries?

The Big Float

by | June 14, 2021

When the US effectively floated the US dollar in 1971, many foresaw the end, or at least the beginning of the end, of the Bretton Woods system and, with it, American monetary and economic hegemony. Yet the dollar-based system survives – along with the same old criticisms of it.

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