What a year it has been for political surprises. It is now just over four months since the EU referendum result shook the country and financial markets alike.
Investment directors from our charities and Greenbank business have taken part in a film ‘Leading with Heart and Head’ for ACEVO and ITN Productions. Watch our video.
Following the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States, investors should take note of the hidden costs of protectionism.
Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States, and the Republicans will retain control of the House and the Senate for the 115th Congress.
In light of Trustees Week, (7-16 November) Helena Wilkinson of Price Bailey shares some practical hints for trustees, to ensure that they really are fulfilling their duties.
In an age where opinion is so freely available, it’s a pleasure to listen to experts. Sir Christopher Meyer, British ambassador to the US from 1997 to 2003, gave our guests a fascinating insight to the government’s options following Brexit and to the US presidential elections.
One of the most overlooked risks for financial markets over the next decade is the potential for the US to impose tariffs on imports. This risk is greatest if Donald Trump wins on 8 November. Yet our analysis suggests conditions are ripe for protectionism to have broader popular appeal: less extreme politicians than Mr Trump could use it to secure votes.