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By Ian Stewart
History has often illustrated the power of the maxim, coined by the French socialist thinker, Auguste Comte, that "Demography is destiny".
By Yasmine Omari, Alexandra Sharpe
This week, Yasmine Omari, a Manager with the Deloitte Middle East Family Enterprise Consulting team in Dubai, explores the importance of creating a family constitution.
By David Strachan, Rod Hardcastle, Georgia Mantalara
The latest report from our Centre for Regulatory Strategy, EMEA outlines the new requirements around the exchange and holding of collateral, and sets out the best practices and advanced techniques to respond effectively to the resulting collateral management challenge.
By Victoria Smith, Michael Griffith, Jonathan Eley
20th century organisations often succeeded by operating from a single location. Take the newspaper industry as an example. For journalists, Fleet Street in London was the centre of the universe.
By Ian Stewart
Last week two of the UK's leading economic forecasters concluded that Brexit is unlikely to cause a sharp slowdown in UK growth over the next three years. This is big news.
By Ian Stewart
Last week two of the UK's leading economic forecasters concluded that Brexit is unlikely to cause a sharp slowdown in UK growth over the next three years. This is big news.
By Deloitte LLP
A turbulent 2016—punctuated by terror attacks in Europe, Brexit, and a contentious US presidential election—appears to have rattled millennials' confidence.
By Sonal Shah
Many health plans are raising the bar for value as they try to rein in drug spending.
By David Noon
This has been, on the face of it, an eventful week on the Brexit journey.
By Simon Bedford
Construction is a high cost, high risk, long-term activity and is routinely looked to as a marker for the economic health of a city or region.
By Cahal Dowds
Scotland is well known for its proud heritage of manufacturing. One of the main engines behind Britain's industrial revolution in the 1800s and, until the beginnings of deindustrialisation in the 1960s...
By Alain Nijs, Alexandra Sharpe
This week, Alain Nijs, a partner in Greenille by Laga, highlights the unique features of family dynamics in blended families.
By Daniel Cheddie
Q. Which developments have had the most significant impact on the FinTech industry over the last few years and how have these developments changed the direction of the industry?
By Mark Steedman
After studying bioengineering and completing a PhD in the San Francisco Bay Area and a two-year postdoctoral research fellowship in London, Mark has spent the past four years analysing global health policy.
By Ian Stewart
Inequality in incomes is a hot topic across the industrial world. Although the global recovery is in its eighth year in most rich countries the gap between higher and low incomes has widened.
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