25 January 2017
I think there are two major opportunities for the UKs middle market, the first is via the appreciation of Sterling that’s greater opportunities for trade due to significant changes in the terms of trade that means increased competitiveness for the UK middle-market firms.Watch now
23 January 2017
From the first year of the Trump administration we expect to see two budgets and the repeal and delay of the affordable healthcare act.Watch now
20 January 2017
Joe Brusuelas, Chief Economist from RSM US speculates on what the first year of the Trump administration will look like, outlining what he feels are the opportunities and threats for the UKs middle market.
13 December 2016
The reality of the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States provides a unique opportunity for the United Kingdom to improve trade, ensure investment and reinvigorate the special relationship with the US to terms more favourable to the British economy.
22 April 2016
Recent legislation enacted in the EU and the UK introduces new rules which require collation and disclosure of beneficial ownership information. This information will, in most instances, be available on the public record.
Outside of tax policy over the next few years, the single biggest change coming from the United States economy will be a multi-year trillion dollar infrastructure project.
A US/ UK free trade agreement would be beneficial for the middle-market because we now understand how to use recent trade innovations to put the middle market at the centre of free trade agreement.
Mark is the US desk lead, co-ordinating services to clients operating or looking to operate in both the US and UK and well as other European countries.
The UK has a long history of bi-lateral trade and investment with the US, with each being a significant contributor of foreign direct investment to the other. Despite this well-trodden path there remain challenges for individual companies looking to invest or trade cross-border.