Briefings

25 March 2018...

A new dawn has broken after the GDPR compliance deadline and... your Charlotte Street Partners Daily Briefing is still much the same. Scott Reid looks at some of the frantic activity leading up to the deadline and what's next.

25 March 2018...

24 May 2018...

Following speculation that a Barclays takeover bid for Standard Chartered could be in the offing, Scott Reid looks at M&A activity in the banking sector, and what the next moves might be.

24 May 2018...

23 May 2018...

As Mark Carney announces that Brexit has already disadvantaged the average Briton by £900 since the vote - and the political bubble promptly explodes - Stuart Taylor questions we really have "had enough" of experts.

23 May 2018...

22 May 2018...

What do Arsene Wenger and Ken Livingstone have in common? Adam Shaw takes a look in Tuesday's briefing.

22 May 2018...

21 May 2018...

Despite the pomp and ceremony of the weekend's royal wedding and its significance for the "special relationship", Stuart Taylor suggests the US might instead be looking east following news of trade negotiations with China.

21 May 2018...

18 May 2018...

In Friday's Daily Briefing, Scott Reid looks beyond the headlines of the parliamentary committee report into Carillon and examines what might be in store for the Big Four accountancy firms.

18 May 2018...

17 May 2018...

In Thursday's briefing, Adam Shaw ponders the next move for bookmakers with the UK government set to introduce new rules that limit the maximum stake that can be placed on fixed-odds betting terminals. He asks if they may look across the Atlantic to the US, where new legislation means more states are able to legalise sports betting.

17 May 2018...

16 May 2018...

The latest move in the game of chess between North and South Korea and a parliamentary committee report into Carillion all feature in Wednesday's briefing.

16 May 2018...

15 May 2018...

There was violent clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinian protestors yesterday on the day the US embassy in Israel moved to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv. Lyle Hill has more in Tuesday's briefing.

15 May 2018...

14 May 2018...

The latest footfall figures are out and they don't make happy reading for Britain's retail sector. Stuart Taylor has more in Monday's briefing.

14 May 2018...

11 May 2018...

Scott Reid questions what Vodafone's acquisition of Liberty Global's European cable assets and BT's decision to axe 13,000 jobs means for the telecoms sector.

11 May 2018...

10 May 2018...

The Malaysian elections, where a 92 year-old man has become the world's oldest elected leader, is the subject of today's briefing from Stuart Taylor.

10 May 2018...

9 May 2018...

President Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Iran nuclear agreement and UK company news is the focus of today's briefing from Adam Shaw.

9 May 2018...

8 May 2018...

Scott Reid ponders the impact that Amazon's potential entrance to the supermarket retail market could have, following reports in The Sunday Times that the e-commerce giant made contact with John Lewis regarding the possible acquisition of Waitrose in late 2017.

8 May 2018...

4 May 2018...

On the morning after local elections in England, Lyle Hill reports on what looks like a relative endorsement of the status quo, promising further uncertainty for the time being.

4 May 2018...

3 May 2018...

With his feet barely under his new desk at the Home Office, Said David looks to be causing a headache for the PM. In Wednesday's briefing Stuart Taylor looks at the Home Secretary's surprise alliance with his Brexiteer colleagues in the cabinet by opposing Theresa May's proposed "customs partnership" with the EU.

3 May 2018...

2 May 2018...

In Wednesday's briefing, Adam Shaw warns that the government is at risk of collapse as news breaks of a 30-page report detailing opposition to a so-called "customs partnership" and signed by around 60 Tory MPs being delivered to the PM.

2 May 2018...

1 May 2018...

Yesterday Sajid Javid was announced as the next home secretary. But as a vocal supporter of liberal migration, Scott Reid questions whether he will be allowed the room to pursue policies which might move the government past the Windrush scandal.

1 May 2018...

30 April 2018...

With news breaking late on Sunday night that home secretary Amber Rudd is to resign over her role in the Windrush scandal, Adam Shaw takes a look at what this could mean for Theresa May's already shaky government.

30 April 2018...

27 April 2018...

In the last briefing of the week, Adam Shaw explains why Theresa May has Friday 13th July circled on her calendar.

27 April 2018...