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Wolfango Piccoli

Co-President, Teneo Intelligence

Turkey: Capital Controls Not on the Agenda

President Tayyip Erdogan publicly denied on 4 December that the country is considering introducing capital controls, one day after he accused some Turkish businesses of treason for transferring money abroad and called on the Cabinet to take measures to address the issue.

On 3 December, during an address to a local congress of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the eastern province of Mus, Erdogan urged the government to prevent the illegal transfer of...

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Crispin Hawes

Managing Director, Middle East & North Africa

OPEC: Extension Likely, but Nigeria and Libya Will Not Commit to Real World Cuts

The most important player at this year’s OPEC summit in Vienna today, 30 November, is not a member of the organization; it is the Russian government. Within OPEC and among other non-OPEC partners to the November 2016 production agreement, there is broad consensus that the deal should be extended past its current deadline of end-March 2018 through to the end of the year; the Russian administration is less convinced. While there is an ongoing discussion...

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William J. Bratton

Executive Chairman, Teneo Risk; Senior Managing Director, Teneo

Risk in the World

When it comes to crisis, it’s not “if,” it’s “when.” That is the one certainty that emerges from the uncertainty around us as we anticipate, mitigate, and navigate non-economic risk. Thus, while granular predictions of what will happen in 2018 are not possible, I can share these expectations: terror and the methods of its execution will increase; civil disorder will further strain our polity; fresh international perils will join familiar ones; new diseases will test...

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Senator George J. Mitchell

Senior Advisor, Teneo Holdings

Leadership in a Time of Transition


Senator Mitchell’s distinguished career has included roles as majority leader of the U.S. Senate, chairman of the North Ireland Peace Talks and Special Envoy for Middle East Peace. He discusses global concerns and their relevance to the business community in this interview with James Hoge.

Q: In the multi-polar world that is emerging, what kind of leadership can the U.S. provide and how does it compare to our commanding prominence of the past 70 years?

A: The...

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Ursula Burns

Senior Advisor, Teneo Holdings

Mastering CEO Challenges


Ursula Burns was CEO of Xerox Corporation from 2009 until 2017. She was recently featured in Time Magazine’s “TIME Firsts: Women Leaders Who Are Changing the World” special report, as the first black woman to run a Fortune 500 company. She discusses the company’s successful repositioning in this interview with James Hoge.

Q: Early in your time as Xerox CEO, the company was transformed by the acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services (ACS) and the subsequent division...

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