Business Money - issue 266 - May 2018

24-May-2018

Extending SME access to dispute mechanisms
Observations from FIBA executive chairman Adam Tyler 

GDPR and undisclosed business: a European view
John Brehcist on the impact of the new regulations 

Renewables growth slows as subsidies fall away
Iain Robertson, of independent supplier SmartestEnergy, presents key findings from the company’s sixth annual Energy Entrepreneurs Report 

Good ideas at the time?
Vehicle finance broker and consultant Graham Hill asks whether certain new developments are all they’re cracked up to be 

UK and Europe buy-outs, Q1 2018
First quarter figures from the Centre for Management Buy-Out Research 

Boiling points
Chris Lee reflects 

Driving cultural change
Graham Toy, CEO of the NACFB, examines the role that brokers can play in helping SMEs avoid feeling the late payment pinch 

Not so boring after all
Clifton Asset Management chairman Adam Tavener outlines the benefits of pension-led funding 

IGF - Independent Growth Finance
Our story is written in the stories of our clients 

UK Finance IFABL Annual Conference 2018
Leeds City Museum and Queens Hotel, Leeds, 1-2 May 

Business Moneyfx Bulletin: Coping with late payments
By Makella Benjamin, corporate consultant at Currencies Direct 

Campaigning for fairness
Managing director Ian Cass highlights some of the Forum of Private Business’ latest calls for action to support small firms 

Thames Valley spotlight
er Richard Baker highlights a new Ernst & Young report 

Treasury overestimates costs to UK of leaving EU
Professor David Blake, of Cass Business School, gives evidence to the Treasury and International Trade Select Committees 

Counsel’s Opinion: Conditional sentence
Business Money talks to Mark Watson-Gandy about a possible death blow to no win no fee claims