London Stock Exchange not impressed with the latest European Commission stipulation for their merger

Exactly one year and four days ago it was announced the London Stock Exchange was in discussions with Deutsche Boerse about a merger, and approximately four hours ago the arrangement appears to have stalled.

Saudi Aramco "Mega" IPO now linked with the New York Stock Exchange – I'm sure this won't be seen as "fake news" by President Trump...

A little over one year ago, the press was awash with the fact that Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, had announced plans to float Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil producer.

Marmite's owners definitely don't love the offer made by Kraft Heinz

Kraft Heinz has tabled an offer for Unilever, which has been rebuffed for undervaluing the Anglo Dutch consumer goods company that produces Marmite.

The hidden reputational cost of inadvertent terror funding

Some of the world's biggest brands are unwittingly funding extremist groups through their advertising efforts. What's happening, and how can you safeguard against getting fined or damaging your brand's reputation?

Smart sanctions and the US government's use of the best company data to measure them

Since Russia's Crimean intervention, what economic impact have US- and EU-imposed "smart" sanctions had on the companies they targeted? The US State Department relied on our data to investigate. Find out how.

What you need to know about AML4

As the 26th of June deadline for national implementation of the EU's 4th anti-money laundering directive fast approaches, we outline some of the key new considerations for regulatory and reputational risk mitigation.

When a "secondary" is actually a "senary" buy-out

If Bridgepoint's newly-announced purchase of Zenith Group is successful it could serve as proof that the PE business model can be applied ad infinitum.

Investigating cross-border financial crime: what's in your toolkit?

What happens to your common "go-to" resource arsenal when a compliance investigation takes you overseas and across multiple borders? We investigate using the example of the Alcoa case.