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Upheaval is the new normal

For CEOs in manufacturing, the end of 2022 feels like coming up for air after swimming 10 laps of a pool underwater. Few thought they would manage at the outset, some had to be hauled out after struggling through a few laps but the majority found their stride and made it to the end.

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$4TRILLION ESG DIVIDEND

Bottom line benefits of adopting ESG practices Companies that have embraced the ESG (environmental, social and governance) agenda in recent years have enjoyed a significant boost to the bottom line as well as wider strategic benefits, according to new research by Moore Global.  

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A radical new agenda for banks

Banks pride themselves on being the glue that holds together business empires and, indeed, whole societies. Boring, solid but indispensable: those have been the watchwords since the Medici invented modern banking 550 years ago.

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A bold new direction for travel

The travel industry faces an uncertain holiday season for the third year in a row as the economic ripples of the Ukraine conflict are amplified by the persistence of Covid in many key tourist markets.  

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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 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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International Corporate Income Tax Brief - January 2022

In this issue of the International Corporate Income Tax Brief, we focus not only on developments in corporate taxes but also on personal income tax topics related to employees and natural persons. In addition, we also report on tax cases from France, Belgium and the Netherlands.

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Disillusioned staff, broken supply chains and inadequate technology threaten to hold manufacturers back in 2022

Businesses across the world are being buffeted by a new industrial revolution but this one feels very different to what’s gone before. Where previous revolutions were technology-led, this time around change is also being driven by people radically reappraising their roles in the workplace.

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Big agencies and start-ups are scrambling to develop data-driven marketing technology

Not so long ago marketing was all about the Mad Men of Madison Avenue; Don Draper slugging back three whiskies before 10am then making a barnstorming pitch to out-of-town bosses who were in awe of his talent to spin a killer catchphrase.

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Business is running faster than politicians to find solutions to carbon emissions

ESG expert Kris Russell was recently honoured at the COP26 conference on climate change for the achievements of the team he led at Dallas Fort Worth, making it the biggest airport in the world to become carbon neutral.

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