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Healthcare and Life Sciences - 09 MAY 2024

Women's Health: Out of the Shadows

After decades of neglect, it’s time to recognize that investing in women’s health is the right and smart thing to do. Ben Hirschler and Charis Gresser report.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

Gillian Tett

Sensing that ESG signaled a lasting shift in the corporate world, she co-founded a Financial Times newsletter called Moral Money. By Charles Pretzlik & Tom Matthew.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

The Red Dot Becoming a Green Hub

Singapore wants to become Asia’s—and the world’s—sustainable finance center. That’s a big deal for ESG proponents—a possible model for blending ambition with pragmatism.


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - 02 MAY 2024

Why Investors are Looking at LGBTQ+ Inclusion

An Open For Business coalition study finds connections between transparent reporting and profits for investors.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

COP28: What's Next

Fossil fuels flagged, carbon capture muted, new alliances formed, food systems on the table—Brunswick’s Wolfgang Blau & Phil Drew share key implications for business from the historic summit.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

The Investor Case

ESG analysis is establishing itself as core business practice despite entrenched efforts to dismiss it, say Brunswick’s Dan Lambeth & Kanhai Parasharya.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

The Rise of ESG in the Boardroom

A larger perspective reveals growing investor pressure on the underlying issues. By Brunswick’s Pru Bennett and Rory Macpherson.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

ESG Regulation Around the World

The global picture is complicated and in flux. But the momentum is clear.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 02 MAY 2024

ISSB's Emmanuel Faber

A titan of business assumes the leadership of a sustainability nonprofit. By Pascal Lamy, Chair of Brunswick Europe.


ESG and Sustainable Business - 01 MAY 2024

Familial Footsteps

Ken Shibusawa is Japan’s leading voice on stakeholder capitalism. The Brunswick Senior Advisor reflects on the ESG landscape today, opportunities ahead for Japanese companies and the legacy of his famous ancestor, called “the father of Japanese capitalism.”


Finance - 02 MAY 2024

Banking on Entrepreneurs

Rishi Khosla, the Co-Founder of leading neobank OakNorth, talks about serving the “missing middle” of enterprise and the role that segment plays in society. By Brunswick's Alice Gibb and Carlton Wilkinson.


Energy and Resources - 21 MARCH 2024

What Do Your Tax Returns Have to Do with the US’s Clean Energy Transition?

More than you’d expect, according to Sourav Bhowmick, Chief of Staff in the Treasury’s IRA Implementation Office.

The economist Dambisa Moyo in New York on Sept. 7, 2021. (Guerin Blask/The New York Times)

Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 FEBRUARY 2024

Dambisa Moyo

“The world we’ve been living in, where democratic, capitalistic states dominate, is a historical aberration,” says the global economist, author and board member. By Kevin Helliker.


Finance - 22 DECEMBER 2023

India Makes Its Own Seat at the Table

Global dealmakers have grown accustomed to managing simultaneously the approaches of US, EU, Chinese and British anti-trust regulators. Now, a new global anti-trust policeman may emerge in Delhi. By Brunswick’s David Blackburn.

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Finance - 14 DECEMBER 2023

What's Keeping Finance CEOs Up at Night?

Few would know better than Tim Adams, President and CEO of the Institute of International Finance, whose members span 60 countries and include the most recognizable names in the industry. His answer: Technology.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 05 SEPTEMBER 2023

Seeing China Clearly

Tao Wang, Chief China Economist for UBS Investment Bank, shares insights from her new book with Brunswick’s Andy Browne and Seth Faison.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 AUGUST 2023

Indonesia: Change and Continuity

Upcoming elections mark a potential inflection point in the positive trends of ASEAN’s biggest economy, says Brunswick Senior Advisor Edward Lee.

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Geopolitical and Regulatory - 01 AUGUST 2023

Punching Above Its Weight

Tiny Singapore boasts an outsized presence and performance across a huge range of areas.


Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

Zebra Saving Rhino

Why is a bank on the frontlines of the fight to save the rhino from extinction? Brunswick’s Graeme Coetzee and Kevin Helliker report.

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Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

Structuring Solutions

Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, one of the architects of the Global Biodiversity Framework, tells Brunswick we need a “whole-society approach” to reversing biodiversity loss.

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Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

Natural Capital

Revaluing nature can create both positive environmental impact and financial returns, writes Schroders CEO Peter Harrison.


Finance - 25 JANUARY 2023

Rock Star of Taxation

With the OECD from 2012 to 2022, Pascal Saint-Amans electrified tax policy discussions and crafted the global minimum corporate tax and other reforms that will have a profound effect on the global economy in coming years. Now a Brunswick Partner, he talks to Carlton Wilkinson.


Finance - 28 FEBRUARY 2023

A Seasoned VC Sees Virtue in Adversity

Downturns aren’t new to Silicon Valley, or to Abhinav Tiwari. By Kirsty Cameron.


Finance - 15 JULY 2021

The Good Guys

Private equity has long been cast as one of capitalism’s villains. But through its multibillion-dollar, myth-busting portfolio, Chicago-based Vistria Group is offering a different narrative. The Brunswick Review speaks with their co-CEOs.


Energy and Resources - 16 JUNE 2021

The Endurance Entrepreneur

His first startup launched at the dawn of this century, and Simon Rogerson has been launching others ever since, while also raising children, running triathlons and contemplating the purpose of business. By Susan Gilchrist.


Leadership - 03 DECEMBER 2020

Connected Leadership: Communicating From the Outside-In

How can CEOs engage a WFH workforce? Fewer all-company emails and more social posts, says Craig Mullaney.


Finance - 20 APRIL 2020

Private Equity Visionary

Gerald Parsky talks with Brunswick’s Harry W. Clark about how the pandemic is re-shaping the priorities of private equity and society.


Leadership - 15 MARCH 2022

How to Reform Capitalism

“I think it would be odd if there wasn’t cynicism given the track record of big business,” says Brunswick Chairman Sir Alan Parker. But, he adds, “Right now, you are witnessing a change unlike anything I’ve seen in my career.”

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Leadership - 15 MARCH 2022

Mark Carney Talks Value(s)

The leading voice on sustainable finance speaks with Brunswick CEO Neal Wolin.


Business and Society - 15 MARCH 2022

Business in the Ecosystem

More businesses internationally are seeing their responsibilities to nature and biodiversity. Elizabeth Maruma Mrema is leading the call. She speaks with Brunswick’s Nick Rice.


Leadership - 18 OCTOBER 2022

Long Time Coming: A Labor Economist's Nobel Prize

Last autumn, David Card received the award for contrarian research he published long ago. By Beatrice Aronson.

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Geopolitical and Regulatory - 08 SEPTEMBER 2022

Capital Markets Ecosystem Grows in Saudi Arabia

At a time when global markets are falling, Gulf Cooperation Council markets, led by Saudi Arabia, are thriving.


Geopolitical and Regulatory - 08 APRIL 2021

Japan Inc. Eyes the World

The country’s quiet approach to cross-border investment is changing. Brunswick’s Matthew Brown spoke with two experts in Japan’s M&A activity: RPC Partner Nigel Collins and southgate co-founder Mangyo Kinoshita.

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Leadership - 21 JUNE 2022

Familiar Face of Good

Centuries-old traditions in Asia offer new value. By Tim Payne, Joanna Donne, Daisuke Tsuchiya and Yoichiro Sato.

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Geopolitical and Regulatory - 21 JUNE 2022

Activism Alert

A historic swell of shareholder activism in Japan looms. Brunswick experts explain how companies can prepare—and the critical importance of having a digital strategy.


Leadership - 16 JUNE 2022

Capitalism: A Coming of Age Story

Mitsubishi Research Institute Chairman Hiroshi Komiyama says an aging workforce can be a catalyst for an economic evolutionary leap to a “Platinum Society.” Interview with Brunswick’s Daisuke Tsuchiya and Matthew Brown.