Brexit and political risks facing UK business

Theresa May at a questionand-answer session with workers at Screwfix in Stoke-on-Trent during the Conservatives’ general election campaign

Amid a swirling maelstrom of geopolitical turbulence, businesses in the UK face the added uncertainty Brexit brings to the boardroom

London looks set to take the hit from hard Brexit

Lloyd Blankfein, chief executive of Goldman Sachs, warned that the City of London “will stall” as a result of Brexit

Hard Brexit would cost the financial services sector and UK economy dear as firms lay plans to relocate thousands of jobs elsewhere in Europe

Time for bosses to sit up and take notice of cyber security

Screenshot of the NHS website when a ransomware attack disrupted health services on May 12

If C-suite executives continue to bury their heads in the sand, new European Union legislation will force them to take the threat of cyber attack seriously

How to prepare employees for the unexpected

Employees risk training

In a changing environment, only open communications, decision-making and protocols can steer organisations away from damaging events. But how do you ensure a high level of transparency across your business?