The world saw its first regional central bank with the formation of the European Central Bank (ECB). Regional central banks…
Renewable energy (RE) is the answer to a number of questions, including those regarding battling climate change as well as ensuring geopolitical energy security. However, the answer to promoting fast RE growth rests on ensuring that RE has no shortage of private-sector financing.
Terrorism financing has been a serious concern for the global financial community because of its potential for inviting fines and…
Housing has underpinned the growth of human civilization. With the rise of capitalism, housing costs have become an important part…
The big four (B4) companies have been mired in a number of scandals that have tarnished their previously unscathed reputations. As a result, regulatory and political bodies want to place the big four on the chopping board. The proposed breakup will have advantages and disadvantages.
Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) have played an important role in exacerbating climate change. Within GHGs, carbon dioxide retains a special place due to its sheer volume and effects on climate change. In order to meet the Paris Climate Change Agreement goal of keeping the rise of the global average temperature below 1.5 degrees Celsius
The developing world is running low on water and high on guns, with a constant need for generating foreign currency. Without preemptive action, these three elements might react to create destructive outcomes.
For property investors looking to consolidate or expand their existing portfolio, the future outlook for UK real estate certainly looks a lot brighter than it did twelve months.
When we think of financial crime, few would consider procurement fraud to be one of the most pressing threats facing their business. Yet according to PwC, this form of fraud is the second-most commonly reported economic crime in the world, ranking above bribery, corruption and even cybercrime.
Utility regulators (URs) for the power sector often fail to implement well-designed policies because of legal, operational and political limitations. Continuously improving policy without addressing these limitations will lead to ineffective policy outcomes.