While George Osborne has been tireless in damping down expectations of a recovery in domestic demand and investment spend any time soon, he has been assiduous in trumpeting the importance of exports in the UK recovery.
The weak pound combined with the attractiveness of economies that have avoided the worst of the downturn together offer a life raft for UK businesses.
Some finance directors have concentrated efforts in markets where they believe there are premium rates of growth. The BRICs are now emerged markets, but other markets are ripe for expansion.
Kam Dhillon of Gowling WLG provides a guide to the AIFMD, including what Brexit means for the European marketing passport introduced under the directive regulations
With ‘cost reduction’ the top strategic priority for UK companies in a Deloitte survey, Simon Brew, consulting partner at the firm, discusses how companies should approach costs in the face of disruption and uncertainty
On International Women's Day, report finds senior business roles held by women in the UK have fallen from 2016 to 2017
Rob Douglas of Adaptive Insights examines how CFOs can actively drive business results with data-driven insights