Author Archives for Catherine McGuinness

2019 Articles

People from all backgrounds deserve the opportunity to succeed in our capital
People from all backgrounds deserve the opportunity to succeed in our capital
As we draw closer to the end of another momentous year in politics, it’s a time to reflect and look [...]
December 2, 2019
To tackle the challenges of our age, UK and EU finance firms must work together
To tackle the challenges of our age, UK and EU finance firms must work together
The economy is a hot topic this election campaign, but one issue which is attracting little attention so far is [...]
November 18, 2019
City firms must prove their responsible business credentials to attract top talent
City firms must prove their responsible business credentials to attract top talent
Brexit has been top of the agenda for many City firms, but there is so much more that they should [...]
November 4, 2019
The City’s success depends on our ability not only to compete, but to collaborate
The City’s success depends on our ability not only to compete, but to collaborate
Just last week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel remarked that the UK will join the likes of China and the US [...]
October 21, 2019
The City Corporation is leading the charge for a greener, cleaner, plastic-free capital
The City Corporation is leading the charge for a greener, cleaner, plastic-free capital
Brexit has been top of the agenda for many City firms in recent years, but one issue that could disrupt [...]
October 7, 2019
In a world of data and digitisation, the City continues to hold the winning cards
In a world of data and digitisation, the City continues to hold the winning cards
At a time when the spotlight is on London’s future as a global hub for finance, new data showing that [...]
September 24, 2019
As politicians argue over the EU, the City is poised and ready to trade with the world
As politicians argue over the EU, the City is poised and ready to trade with the world
It has now been more than 1,150 days since the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union. Many [...]
September 9, 2019
Results are in, now businesses across the City must level up to boost social mobility
Results are in, now businesses across the City must level up to boost social mobility
Last week saw pupils across the UK celebrate their A-level results. A lot of hard work and dedication goes into [...]
August 19, 2019
The Brexit clock is ticking down again, and City businesses are crying out for certainty
The Brexit clock is ticking down again, and City businesses are crying out for certainty
With the excitement of a new Prime Minister and so many changing faces across government, it is easy to overlook [...]
August 5, 2019
We all have a part to play in bridging the UK’s disability employment gap
We all have a part to play in bridging the UK’s disability employment gap
Your first job interview can be a daunting experience. For disabled people, that first time can be even more challenging. [...]
July 22, 2019
It’s time for aspiration and ability – not birth and background – to dictate progress
It’s time for aspiration and ability – not birth and background – to dictate progress
In the UK, our sense of fair play is a source of national pride. We like to think that if [...]
July 8, 2019
Dagenham Dock could be the perfect new home for the City’s historic food markets
Dagenham Dock could be the perfect new home for the City’s historic food markets
Since the Middle Ages, three iconic wholesale food markets have served Londoners with a range of fresh produce, even as [...]
June 24, 2019
By working together, we can clean up London’s air quality and stop pollution
By working together, we can clean up London’s air quality and stop pollution
With state visits and political leadership battles dominating the news, it’s unsurprising that the environment – particularly air quality – [...]
June 10, 2019
Walking the walk: The City is on a journey to revolutionise transport in the capital
Walking the walk: The City is on a journey to revolutionise transport in the capital
For Londoners, complaining about public transport is as commonplace as complaining about the weather. The City of London is the [...]
May 20, 2019