Tag: Economic News

How a Cheesegrater can pay pensions

Paul Brundage Economic attachés learned how one of the most iconic new buildings in the City will eventually pay the pensions of municipal workers halfway…

From coffee shop to global insurer

After a tour of the famous ‘Inside Out’ Lloyd’s building (to see photos please click here) CEO Inga Beale outlined to economic attachés how the…

UK economy ‘heading for catasrophe’

AERL President Georg Karabaczek thanks IEA Director Mark Littlewood The British economy is “heading in the same direction as Greece and will fall off a…

AERL visits Olympic Park hubs

Economic attachés visited the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London to learn how the media centre of the 2012 Olympic Games has been transformed…

AERL appoints new Chairman

The AERL has appointed Alexander Renggli as the new Chairman of the Board of the association. The son of a Swiss consul, Mr Renggli is…

Expert urges start to Brexit trade talks

Britain should exit the European Union customs union and single market on day one of Brexit in order to be able to start negotiations with…

Brexit Wales welcomes the world

Since Britain’s vote to leave the EU there has been a “significant increase” in Welsh companies seeking export support, the country’s Director of International Trade…

London’s bootcamp for fin tech start-ups

AERL members paid a visit to Level39 Europe’s largest technology accelerator space, for finance, cyber-security, retail and smart-city technology companies. The head of Level39 (and…