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Close Encounters: The Power of Collaboration

We've been fascinated by the many ways in which our clients are embracing disruption. One trend on the rise is the David and Goliath effect - a traditional story of conflict increasingly turning to one of partnership. For the first time Close Encounters, our new economic study quantifies collaborative deals between UK SMEs and domestic and international corporates and reveals how these partnerships are delivering valuable innovation.


HS2 will transform its environs in ways not seen since the development of the UK's rail network in the 19th century. There will be winners and losers, at individual, local and regional levels. Anticipating the coming changes is essential. Our experienced team is perfectly placed to help you navigate through the opportunities and pitfalls you will be faced with during the Hybrid Bill process and beyond.


Fintech continues to transform the financial services sector at an ever increasing pace, with customer expectations changing and innovative new technologies reshaping the future.

The UK’s decision to leave the EU will have significant implications for businesses and we are already working with our clients to support them as those implications are understood. 
We are closely monitoring the possible impact of Brexit across the sectors in which our clients operate.
Spring Budget 2017

The last ever Spring Budget from Philip Hammond highlighted that the UK is very much open for business and supports further growth as we head towards Brexit.

Autumn Statement 2016

The post-Brexit Autumn Statement was aimed at building a resilient UK; taking action to close the UK’s productivity gap over the long term through promoting increased investment, particularly in innovation and infrastructure.

Maximising Economic Recovery

The MER Strategy marks a huge regulatory change for North Sea oil companies. UKCS oil companies will now have to act in large part based on principles determined by economic analysis.