TITLE

Overseas outlook

AUTHOR(S)
Tora, Brian
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Money Marketing;9/10/2009, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Opinion
ABSTRACT
In this article, the author discusses the slow economic recovery in Great Britain and its effects on the financial services industry. He highlights Bill Mott's summary, wherein Mott states that the slow recovery benefits the industry. He notes that the nature of the industry, which is dominated by companies trading around the world, will drive the market in a greater way. He also mentions that the banking sector, which accounts for the 13 percent of the market, is back in the limelight.
ACCESSION #
44384210

 

Related Articles

  • A chill wind from the fens.  // Credit Management;Jun2003, p12 

    Reports on the growing pessimism among consumers in Great Britain regarding the country's prospects for economic recovery and job growth. Regions of the country where a belief that the economy and job prospects will deteriorate over the year 2003 is prevalent; Factors that have affected...

  • Positive response.  // Money Marketing;7/3/2008, p29 

    The author reflects on the positive response that should be made in times of economic challenges in Great Britain. He argues that despite the economic challenges faced by the country, he is optimistic that these challenges will be overcome. He added that positive response to these challenges is...

  • Mark Dampier's Fund Focus: Sub-trend, but it could be worse.  // Money Marketing;11/15/2012, p32 

    The author offers outlook on the British economy. He expects economic recovery to take place many years after the 2009 recession. He cites the views of Richard Jeffrey, Cazenove's chief investment officer, whose forecast is for sub-trend growth to continue in the Great Britain, U.S. and Europe...

  • Oh, what a lovely mess... Bullivant, Glen // Credit Management;Apr2009, p18 

    The article discusses the impact of the global financial crisis to financial institutions in Great Britain. It is noted the industry should be aware of the impact of the crisis and manage it accordingly. Banks are encouraged to get back to banking in all honesty they have been good at for a long...

  • Brexit could ramp up UK regulation. Barrass, John // Fund Strategy;Mar2016, p12 

    The article warns about the potential effect of Great Britain's exit from the European Union (EU) on wealth managers and government regulation. It discusses the risk of losing their EU passporting rights for companies with clients in other member states, the application of home state prudential...

  • SKILLS THREAT TO RECOVERY.  // Professional Engineering;11/1/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 18, p4 

    The article discusses the need for engineering firms in Great Britain to invest in skills training to improve economic recovery. Chief executive officer (CEO) Philip Whiteman of Semta says he had been encouraged by the determination of employers to hold on to and retain workers in the depths of...

  • Housing sector's recovery is under way, but talk of a boom is too soon. HEATH, RICHARD // EG: Estates Gazette;4/13/2013, Issue 1315, p45 

    The author contends that the recovery of the housing sector in Great Britain is under way but it needs the support of a wider turnaround in the economy. Some factors that helped the recovery of the housing market include a steady flow of strong results from housebuilders and an increase in new...

  • Post-Brexit Slowdown Fears Hit Holiday Firms, Builders, Airlines.  // Business World;6/28/2016, p1 

    The article reports on the impact of Brexit on the British economy. It states that airlines, holiday companies and housing developers have joined British banks in bearing the force of Brexit-induced market turmoil on June 27. According to economic analysts, the British economy was headed for...

  • The credit crunch bites in unexpected places.  // Credit Management;Apr2009, p9 

    The article reports on the increase in the frequency of the Data Protection Act breach in 2009 compared with 2008 in Great Britain. Information Commissioner Richard Thomas feared that because of the recession fewer firms and public sector organisations are looking after personal information. He...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics