Is hard Brexit now inevitable?

Is hard Brexit now inevitable?

Now with Boris as the Prime Minister, we can see the following emerge: The cabinet has been formed with a singular agenda to secure Brexit. People who actively campaigned against Boris have either been cast out or demoted regardless of their Brexit stance. (e.g. Penny...
The Brexit Effect: Banking & Financial Services

The Brexit Effect: Banking & Financial Services

– Key European cities benefiting out of jobs being migrated include Zurich, Frankfurt, Paris, Dublin and Warsaw.

– Amongst the Bulge Firms, front and middle office roles were down 14% in 2018 compared to 2017. So far 2019 is continuing the same trend. 

– Interestingly, among the American banks, what we also see is that while some jobs are migrating to the EU, many are moving back to New York.

Why a no deal Brexit would be the real betrayal

Why a no deal Brexit would be the real betrayal

It is fair to say, democracy can only function if the result is respected. With that, despite the many reasons why the UK would be better served by remaining in the EU, the democratic principle trumps everything. There may well be good logical reasons for a second...
The final days of May

The final days of May

For many who just want the politicians to ‘get on with Brexit,’ it is inexcusable that the UK has not left already. Farage has now gone live with the ‘Brexit Party,’ which has as its sole focus to hold the Establishment to account and ensure the UK leaves the EU, no...
Activity for Procurement Professionals – 2018

Activity for Procurement Professionals – 2018

2018 saw a significant increase in activity for Procurement Professionals, where the industry that witnessed the biggest change was Consumer Goods & Services. Q2 2018 in particular constituted a peak point for the year, with vacancies up over 50% on the same...