In this blog post we introduce our new A-Z guide, which defines and discusses types of corporate ownership, outlines associated considerations, and includes related terms in the complex world of risk and compliance.
Oak Hill Capital, the US-based private equity investor, has announced that its taking a bite of another food chain, with a USD 525m investment in Checkers Drive In-Restaurants.
Using structured data provided by Orbis and the European Banking Authority (EBA), the EU has created a working paper that looks at connections between EU banks and shadow banking entities.
Tinopolis, the independent Welsh media company specialising in the production of TV programmes like Crufts and Question Time, amongst others, is reported to be up for sale. Again.
The upcoming AML4 legislation places a strong emphasis on risk, even publishing a list of elements to be aware of. Here we highlight 10 of these risk factors and offer possible solutions to help mitigate them.
Reports that Softbank is prepared to sell a 25 per cent stake in Arm could seem surprising on the surface, but further reading reveals the move could be in line with the group's broader strategy.
How should bank analysts use stress test results when assessing other banks' creditworthiness? And how might they impact on the credit facilities offered to client banks? We discuss this in the run-up to our webinar.
Transparency International recently published its annual report, which measures perceived levels of corruption around the world. The Corruption Perceptions Index 2016
reveals some surprising results.
Founders of businesses can often still be emotionally attached to a business even after selling it, and the announcement this week that 3i have sold Agent Provocateur to Four Holdings seems to prove this point.
The new Orbis database makes working with company information much faster in lots of ways. We've chosen seven to illustrate the point, as discussed in this blog post and a short new video.