Our insurance experts take stock after the seismic events of the first half of 2022 and highlight the current trends and issues shaping the new landscape.
ESG has been at the top of the agenda in the real estate sector for some time and now plays a key role in business strategy and day-to-day operations. DWF's Real Estate Insight report explores the challenges and opportunities of implementing policy and how ESG can be used as a tool for growth.
There is always volatility in the insurance market but, clearly, the pandemic prompted an unprecedented upsurge in claims in certain areas. In February 2021, the Association of British Insurers estimated that UK insurers expected to pay £2.5 billion for claims made during the first year of the pandemic alone.
Our second Wealth Management annual review provides insights from our specialist practitioners on a transformational 2021 and the further changes we expect to see in 2022.
Find out more about the key trends in the Consumer sector and how they could impact your business.
DWF's Building Safety Regime report explores the far-reaching impact of the cladding crisis and new Building Safety Bill and reveals the challenges and opportunities for the construction industry. Read more about our key findings.
As the ever increasing focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) continues to be high on the agenda for company directors and investors alike, our report answers the question why?
The Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) and other comparable regimes across the globe. Read the expert analysis.
DWF's YouGov survey examines the views of voters in England's North and Midlands. Read about the key findings in our report.
Over the last decade, the investment landscape has changed considerably. In our latest report, we explore how this has happened globally and how investors are looking for a positive outcome.
As anyone who works in or is connected with the financial industry knows, banks and other financial organisations expend significant time, resource and money in combating financial crime. It is an area that institutions take extremely seriously. Increasing investments are being made, both in people and in advanced technology to screen, flag and act upon suspicious activity. The cost of fighting financial crime continues to rise.
DWF's Road Transport and Logistics team, in collaboration with One Poll, have conducted a survey and discovered that despite the challenges of the last year, transport companies polled in Ireland, Spain, Italy, Germany and Poland are positively looking ahead to expansion.
Our experts reflect on a year of unprecedented disruption in the insurance industry and look ahead to the opportunities and challenges presented by its aftermath and the new and emerging issues on the horizon.
DWF’s energy team examine the levers that could unlock the hydrogen market in Europe and beyond.
DWF's energy team assesses the market outlook and support systems for renewable energy in Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain and the United Kingdom in our guide for 2021.
This report summarises our conversations with hospitality business leaders, noting how the 'future of the customer journey' has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brave New Law explores the most significant challenge in the future of the legal profession: how we blend the human and the digital to best effect. This report details some key findings and insights during conversations with leaders and GCs.
How regional and local government around the world is leading the response.
Recent gas finds in Africa have created the potential for major export increases from the continent, beyond the traditional countries. Find out more about the new normal for LNG in Africa.
The COVID-19 virus has dislocated every aspect of normal social, family and business life. There are no precedents. There is no guide as to how we should respond. The situation is fast-moving and extremely concerning. For insurers the challenges are enormous. Every class of business is affected.
Mid-sized businesses are turning to the debt capital markets to secure funding. Our report explores the opportunities and challenges business face when looking to the debt capital markets, who might benefit, and how the market is likely to grow.
Petroleum companies are coming under increasing pressure from investors, regulators and consumers on their greenhouse gas footprints.
What are the key challenges and how can town centres flourish in the future?
Our latest report has been developed in association with leading publication, Local Government Chronicle, to assess the commercial challenges, the commercial models available and the strategies being adopted by local authorities and other public bodies across the UK.
Surveying 10,000 consumers across 10 international markets, The DWF & Retail Week Global Consumer Report 2019 provides retailers and consumer goods businesses with critical insight into changing sentiment across the world.
DWF’s Public Sector team are experts at advising public and private sector recipients of European Structural and Investment Funds on how to handle audits.
Find out how we are a leading global provider of integrated legal and business services by reading the following case studies which showcase the most recent innovations across our business.
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Change. The market knows it is happening at an unprecedented rate and that more is to come. It has to respond but is it equipped to meet the challenges and exploit the opportunities that will open up?
In light of recent events relating to Abraaj Capital, the decision in the Al Gosaibi v Al Sanea case and MF Global, we have created a hub of information and advice from our industry experts to provide practical recommendations on the best course of action for investors and creditors when investments are at risk.
Africa presents an exciting prospect for investment in renewable energy. Hear the views of investors, developers and manufacturers on the challenges and opportunities for renewable energy in Africa in our report.
A technology revolution is upon us, but what does this mean for the world of transport? Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, Blockchain and Electrical Energy and Storage have the potential to transform the sector, but what challenges do businesses face in adopting these technologies?
How do you navigate the key steps in the development of an energy project in a rapidly changing environment? Talk to our team to find out how we can support you through each step of your projects.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is now in place as of 25 May 2018. View our hub for essential advice from our data protection experts and make sure your business is compliant with the regime and its evolving guidance.