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  • EIOPA marks CIOs’ cards for 2018

    EIOPA marks CIOs’ cards for 2018

    According to the report, while the global economic outlook continues to improve, the prolonged low yield environment and low market volatility coupled with high levels of economic and political uncertainty continue to represent major challenges for European insurers and pensions funds.

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  • CALENDAR OF UNCERTAINTY WILL STILL HAUNT US IN 2018

    Calendar of Uncertainty will still haunt us in 2018

    This time last year as nervous eyes were cast towards 2017 many were worried about the uncertainty that geo-political events could cause in the financial markets. Such worries were not without foundation as the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump were vivid illustrations of the extent to which the march of populism was shaping world events.

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  • Rich Teas at the ready – Labour is coming

    Rich Teas at the ready – Labour is coming

    When Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party in 2015, the City and wider financial services sector, along with most political pundits, stopped taking Labour seriously. That all changed after the General Election on 8 June this year when Corbyn led the Labour Party to a modest recovery that consolidated his – and the Labour left’s – grip on the Labour Party.

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  • November Seminar Waiting for Normalisation

    November Seminar: Waiting for Normalisation

    The return to more conventional monetary policies and the continued search for yield are going to be the dominant themes for 2018, according to the panelists at the recent Insurance Investment Exchange seminar.

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CALENDAR OF UNCERTAINTY WILL STILL HAUNT US IN 2018

Calendar of Uncertainty will still haunt us in 2018

Posted January 16, 2018 Category:

This time last year as nervous eyes were cast towards 2017 many were worried about the uncertainty that geo-political events could cause in the financial markets. Such worries were not without foundation as the Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump were vivid illustrations of the extent to which the march of populism was shaping world events.

Read more
Rich Teas at the ready – Labour is coming

Rich Teas at the ready – Labour is coming

Posted December 20, 2017 Category:

When Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party in 2015, the City and wider financial services sector, along with most political pundits, stopped taking Labour seriously. That all changed after the General Election on 8 June this year when Corbyn led the Labour Party to a modest recovery that consolidated his – and the Labour left’s – grip on the Labour Party.

Read more
November Seminar Waiting for Normalisation

November Seminar: Waiting for Normalisation

Posted December 6, 2017 Category:

The return to more conventional monetary policies and the continued search for yield are going to be the dominant themes for 2018, according to the panelists at the recent Insurance Investment Exchange seminar.

Read more