UK Country Director Alex Dawson contributed this op-ed on the Tory leadership race.
Felicity Hall contributed to an article on ESG risks and issues for the Global Risk Regulator.
Felicity Hall, associate director at Global Counsel, says: “For individuals, it is clear that the stakes are rising in terms of conduct. As the materiality of ESG issues starts to increasingly be driven by regulation, and as regulators provide greater levels of clarity on what is and is not environmentally and socially sustainable, we can expect the risks on an individual level to increase too.”
The Straits Times
| Future of hybrid work in S'pore: Finding room for flexibility in remote working rules
TMT Associate Director Max von Thun discusses his recent research on remote work and the future of employment regulation.
''Back in June Imagination Technologies, together with Global Counsel, published a research report that looked at how the UK could respond to ongoing challenges in the semiconductor sector and its conclusions were drawn from a series of in-depth interviews with policymakers and industry leaders across the semiconductor space.''
South China Morning Post
| Can Jokowi’s new trade minister Zulkifli Hasan fix Indonesia’s cooking oil crisis?
Associate Dedi Dinarto writes about recent changes in the Indonesia government.
GOING GLOBAL: Agency Global Counsel, co-founded by New Labour supremo Peter Mandelson, has a bunch of new hires to shout about.
Global Counsel announced a long slate of hires and promotions. Alessandro Gangarossa has been promoted to associate director for trade and manufacturing in the Brussels office. Yasemin Kavlak joins that team as a senior associate after more than 11 years at the Turkish Trade Ministry.
On the cusp? The same person mentioned above argued there was a 40 percent chance of a deal being announced this morning. Jas Basi, a senior associate for the Global Counsel consulting group, meanwhile said an agreement was a “possibility, but with a dose of skepticism because there have been so many rounds of talks.
UK Politics Lead Analyst Joe Armitage joins TimesRadio's Kait Borsay to discuss the Lord Geidt resignation.