Christian Doherty looks at the impact Brexit will have on trade relationships and supply chains
Reinmoeller, professor of strategic management at Cranfield School of Management, has proposed an Eight Actions Model to help organisations increase margin and perform ahead of market expectations
The incoming prime minister Theresa May wants to put employee and consumer representatives on company boards, but will it work?
Succumbing to the fear of the unknown will, in itself, kill businesses and the economy. Can CFOs help their business maintain focus?
CFO Agenda: Fragmentation of global tax rules could result in higher costs of doing business, warns Shell CFO
Simon Henry, chief financial officer of Royal Dutch Shell, warns that Brexit and the fragmentation of global tax rules could result in higher costs of doing business and increased risks of cross border of investments and global trade
Lack of skills in finance teams hamper CFOs delegation abilities, EY claims
Certain FDs have been tempted to exaggerate the profit impact of industrial action incurred when presenting their results
A joint report revealed that a large chunk of FTSE 100 firms are painting “an inaccurate picture” for shareholders in company reports
The People’s Operator FD Matt lea has stepped down from his role due to personal reasons