As the Brexit uncertainty drags on, Ireland’s time to snatch the European fintech innovation hotspot tag might have come
Brexit puts UK’s position as one of the world’s leading centres for fintech, finance, digital innovation, and AI under threat
A smooth landing is essential for the UK’s fintech sector after Brexit, if the UK has to retain its edge as a top financial services centre in Europe
Talent management and distribution of products to clients in the EU are set to become more complicated for UK wealth management companies
The lack of clear and consistent regulations as well as Brexit damage the prospects of the EU crowdfunding market
Major Brexit events trigger punctual forex volatility, but the pound stays at a stagnant 25% depreciated level versus the euro and dollar
The government should help put the 200,000 properties lying uninhabited on the market to solve the crisis
Stock sentiments are notoriously hard to explain with Brexit and Trump at play; here is one explanation of the markets’ performance
Ironically, India’s erstwhile colonial master is mired in crisis as a result of the most-anticipated Brexit verdict. This predicts Britain to move behind India and France on the ‘global GDP league table’ with just 1.6% rise this year.
Indeed, Britain leaving the European Union is majorly linked with uncertainty—a condition that seemed to stoke interest for its seasoned watchers, but certainly not for the rest.