January 2023, Issue 124

In this month's issue, Jes Ladva, Managing Partner, offers insight into the interim management trends of 2023. We speak to Paul Wenman, owner of InvestAssure and an expert in sustainability, about the growing risks around making ESG claims that fail to match operational realities. In recent years, many music superstars have sold the rights to their hits for princely sums. We delve into the rise of back catalogues as an asset class. Finally, Suresh Lal, Partner and Head of the Housing Practice, explores the pressures in housing this year.

Relieving the pressure: important issues for Housing in 2023

From financial challenges to the difficulties of employee retention in the midst of a cost of living crisis, providers are under enormous pressure and need to ensure their people aren’t overwhelmed, says Suresh Lal, Partner,...

Music back catalogues: why are investors excited?

In recent years, many music superstars have sold the rights to their hits for princely sums. Bambos Eracleous, Partner, Sports, Media and Gaming charts the rise of back catalogues as an asset class.

Here’s a fun fact. De La...

ESG grounded in reality: greater scrutiny calls for robust risk assessment

Paul Wenman, owner of InvestAssure and an expert in sustainability, talks to Adam Gates, Partner and Head of our Insurance Practice, about the growing risks around making ESG claims that fail to match operational realities.

There...

Market insight: interim management trends for 2023

Demand for interim talent remains strong and the market is evolving to meet changing client needs, says Jes Ladva, Managing Partner, Government, Financial Services and Technology.

Crystal ball, tea leaves, runes? Not really my...

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