Business Money - issue 261 - December 2017


Fintech: Bits and pieces
Insight from Jonathan Segal, partner at Fox Williams LLP 

Rounding up 2017
John Brehcist reviews the past year and looks at what 2018 might hold for the global factoring industry 

Failing within the first year
James Turner, managing director of Turner Little, presents the results of a new study looking into liquidations of incorporated companies 

Changes and challenges
Vehicle finance broker and consultant Graham Hill analyses the business-related ups and downs of 2017 

ABFA Annual Dinner 2017
London Hilton, Park Lane, 16 November 

Business Moneyfx Bulletin: Don’t central bank on it
Makella Benjamin, corporate consultant at Currencies Direct, looks at how monetary policy meetings could complicate your cashflow 

Brexit stage two?
Chris Lee reflects 

The EPC clock is ticking
Andrew Turner, chief executive of Commercial Trust, highlights an important issue for buy-to-let landlords 

Growth Street
The new mainstream 

Commercial Finance Association 73rd Annual Convention
Sheraton Grand Chicago, 8-10 November 2017 

Buying into the revolution
Mike Rigby, of Barclays, sums up the findings of a new report exploring manufacturers’ appetite and ability to invest in advanced technologies 

Small firms lose out again to the political agenda
Ian Cass, managing director of the Forum of Private Business, voices the group’s disappointment at Chancellor Philip Hammond’s latest budget 

No time for complacency
John Lorié, chief economist at Atradius, presents a summary of the firm’s latest biannual Global Economic Outlook report 

Counsel’s Opinion: They who never prosper
Business Money talks to City barrister Mark Watson-Gandy about cheating