23. Weekly Newsletter

Minimum Global Tax of 15% The G-7 countries, which includes the UK, has agreed to back a minimum global tax of 15% for corporations. It has been indicated that this landmark move has been approved in ...

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Handelsbanken release their Property Report: Insights and Prospects

Handelsbanken, a BSCC Patron member, has released its report into the current Swedish property market which revealed that the last year experienced substantial nationwide changes. For home owners there was good news: the average detached ...

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22. Weekly Newsletter

UK Consumer Trends Britain’s second-largest supermarket, Sainsbury’s, has released it’s data on UK consumer spending insights. The data showed that optimism around the UK economy has risen sharply to a peak of 49% of the public ...

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82% of Customers give Accountor a High Rating

A firm majority of customers, 82%, give Accountor a ‘high rating’ after the company has focused upon developing the contact people have with them. The business has the objective of creating and fostering a good ...

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Rothschilds & Co set Revenue Records for Q1

Rothschild & Co, a BSCC member, have delivered their highest quarterly revenue for their Global Advisory department in Q1 of 2021. Turnover was up 47% to €394.9m for the first three months of the year ...

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21. Weekly Newsletter

Green Economy The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has said that the UK must put divisions over Brexit behind them and focus upon building a fairer, greener economy. The CBI are now launching their own “landmark” ...

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Centigo looks to Post-Brexit inefficiencies of Supply Chains

Ragnar Agnell at Centigo, a BSCC Patron Member, has written a recent commentary on the challenges of post-Brexit supply chains. His piece discusses some of the immediate costs which may come as a result of ...

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RiskPoint Sweden establishes a new Business area

RiskPoint, a BSCC Patron Member, has established a new Business area this month to facilitate more financial requirements. The ambitious move has started in Sweden but will eventually expand to the greater Nordics before entering ...

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20. Weekly Newsletter

UK’s 17th May Reopening On Monday, 17th May, the restrictions on businesses and venues in England were reduced as part of ‘Step 3’ in the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown plan. All restaurants, pubs, social clubs, ...

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Stena Line and Irish Ferries Call for Restoration of the Common Travel Area into Ireland

Ireland’s two largest ferry operators, Irish Ferries and Stena Line, a BSCC Patron Member, this month called for the reopening of the Common Travel Area (CTA) at the earliest opportunity. They also welcomed the proposal ...

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