Kieran Donoghue, the Irish Development Authority’s Global Head of Strategy, Public Policy and International Financial Services examines the continuing uncertainty around Brexit and role that Ireland can play as a strategic partner to the United Kingdom’s (UK) financial services industry.
Humans have expressed their creativity through art since the world’s beginnings, and to many connoisseurs, viewing as many art treasures as possible is a must for any trip. If the thought of staying in art boutique hotels that showcase stirring first-rate artwork while catering to other requirements—such as sumptuous accommodations and delectable food and drink—thrills you, don’t miss our tour of inspiring art boutique hotels around the world.
The Fitzrovia district of central London has received accolades as one of the best places to live in London. Rathbone Square, an extensive mixed-use residential, office and retail development within Fitzrovia, offers an opportunity for more people to call this exceptional area home; from apartments to penthouses with all of the frills, this is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to own premium property in one of the world’s most sought-after locations.
To say that London is a global hub for business, culture and education would be an understatement. Residential real estate in England’s capital continues to be in high demand, despite recent housing reforms and Brexit—as Lodha UK’s new Lincoln Square development, rich in amenities and with easy access to the best London has to offer, testifies.
As the news of Brexit rippled throughout the world, there was initial uncertainty regarding what this move may mean for the UK, and London’s future as Europe’s leading financial centre.
Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco is on the verge of becoming the world’s biggest company, after the government recently confirmed plans to sell a 5-percent stake in the country’s sole oil producer.