In this video series, we discuss how investors can navigate complex foreign jurisdictions in the current, volatile economic landscape with Mark Weil, CEO of TMF Group, a compliance services firm.

    The Banker Masterclass video series is sponsored by TMF Group but independently edited.

    The volatility in the global economy, fuelled by geopolitical tensions, the climate crisis and aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, has made doing business in multiple jurisdictions more complicated. How can institutions best deal with the ‘new normal’?

    In discussion:

    The mounting wave of compliance risks: The growing compliance risks for cross-border trade and investment stemming from the Ukraine war geopolitical tensions and insights into the firm’s latest Global Business Complexity Index ranking.

    ESG regulations: The dawn of ESG regulation and what it means for businesses in international trade and investment.

    The phase-out of Covid-19 business support measures: As governments the world over phase out the business support packages they introduced to weather the Covid-19 pandemic, the compliance challenges this transition brings along are discussed.

    Chasing opportunities across borders: The opportunities for investors interested in doing business across borders as geopolitical fragmentation, as well as fiscal reforms and digitisation take hold.

    In conversation with:

    • Jacopo Dettoni, editor, fDi Intelligence
    • Mark Weil, CEO, TMF Group


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