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In this edition: Swiss bankers grapple with looming shadow of Russian money; move to electric supercars might convince hardened petrolheads; Chinese women losing their life savings to cyber fraudsters; new no-fault divorce laws appeal to wealthy couples
Apply for a place in the fifth annual FT ranking, compiled with Statista
As business speeds up, this monthly report looks at how the legal ecosystem is getting broader and changing how it works to deliver solutions to old and new challenges
After the Great Resignation, the War for Talent: finding staff with the right knowhow is a growing challenge for business. This report looks at how both companies and workers can acquire the skills they need
Africa’s coming urbanisation explosion; radical redevelopment in Tokyo; bringing a tech city back to real life; ‘loose fit’ architecture; transport after Covid; urban sustainability; what is a healthy city?; refreshing a New York icon
Traditional asset management groups are racing to expand their offerings in alternative investments, to boost profitability and head off competition from private equity giants. Direct indexing products are rising in popularity. Meanwhile, China’s population provides a huge potential market for western asset managers
The FT assesses where we are on the road to zero emissions and a driverless age. What does the car’s future look like? As Covid wanes, can e-transport still appeal? Plus Spain’s bid to be a key producer of green hydrogen, vehicle fuel of the future
The top firms for 2022 revealed. Plus: Russia’s patents grab; China flexes muscle across borders; nations urged to waive vaccine IP; green patents slow despite net zero goals; and the artificial intelligence debate
Which Asia-Pacific businesses are setting the pace in the fight against climate change? This FT-Nikkei-Statista survey showcases the companies that have cut their carbon emissions intensity the most, and looks at the region’s climate challenges
The FT’s 2022 ranking of the world’s best masters in finance programmes
Regulators clamp down on ‘payment for order flow’ and a lack of carbon offset disclosure. Plus: Traditional and digital exchanges compete for crypto futures trading, and the EU seeks to unify its fragmented trading venues with live databases
Conflicts, such as the war in Ukraine, are increasing the hacking threat, with energy and transport systems coming under attack. But companies can protect themselves by improving cyber hygiene — and adopting disruption, as well as prevention, tactics
The impact of higher energy and food prices are muted by distance and economic dynamism
Creating value for their customers and themselves has been a key component in ensuring they outlast listed companies
Non-profit consultants are increasing givers ability to reach frontline charities
London’s courts have seen many acrimonious divorces. Updated legislation may help in making this process less traumatic
Fraudsters establish online romances before duping victims in highly methodical cyber scams
Tighter emission rules and evolving client demands force producers towards battery powered vehicles
The very richest usually cope with substantial losses, but it can be a different story for those who made their millions quickly
How will the war in Ukraine reshape ties with some of the sector’s most lucrative clients?
After five years of Liberty Media ownership, Formula 1 has finally built momentum in America. Consensus was also reached on a fairer distribution of revenues, alongside the introduction of a budget cap. Meanwhile, the motorsport struck gold with Drive to Survive, a Netflix series credited with attracting new audiences.
The FT examines the causes and effects of an increasing global resistance to antibiotics: from the pressures doctors are under to prescribe them, to what new treatments are currently in the pipeline, as well as what role can the consumer play in reducing antibiotic use in the food chain
The first FT ranking of African companies by growth in revenue, compiled with data company Statista. Plus: digitising informal trade and agriculture; success stories invite investment; banking on the unbanked; solar power shines; will co-working work on the continent?
Brand awareness is having a growing impact on prices, with younger vintages especially popular
As more money looks to benefit from the transition away from fossil fuels, picking when and where to invest responsibly is becoming ever more complicated. Plus: war in Ukraine upsets green ambitions; in search of the ‘S’ factor; watchdogs take on murky ‘greenwash’
Brokers insist sanctions are having little impact beyond Russian owners and their networks
The trend represents the maturing of a new generation of buyers who see sneakers as a must have cultural commodity
The pandemic has forced even the wealthiest in Asia’s biggest financial hub into some difficult decisions
A fast-growing security industry is protecting the rich from online harassment
A growing list of wealthy families are now looking to profit from the Silicon Valley tech boom
Law firms face pressure to take a stance on geopolitical questions; US-China trade war becomes a legal stand-off; private equity eyes deals in Japan; data handling after Australia’s bank probe; and the region’s most forward-looking individuals
Managers scramble to avoid falling foul of sanctions over war in Ukraine; how Credit Suisse’s lax approach led to scandals; firms wrestle with new workplace realities; lenders face pressure over carbon-heavy clients; how managers should navigate a ‘perfect storm’; and sun sets on lawless days of cryptocurrencies
‘Your lot sense hypocrisy like a well-trained truffle hound’
Amid the proliferation of net-zero commitments, money managers look to the rise of carbon-related assets
Burnishing your credentials is much harder today, with deference all but gone and the glare of social media omnipresent
Hit and miss swipes at the global business elite
‘We want to live in our own country and rebuild it ourselves’