Global Markets Update - 21 September 2015
21 Sep 2015
Global stockmarkets fell as the Fed’s decision not to raise rates highlighted concerns over global growth, leading to further declines in oil and industrial metals prices.
FWD’s guide to using your hands on camera
17 Sep 2015
The best way to prepare for an on-camera media interview or presentation is coaching. That coaching often tends to focus on your voice, your face and your message -- but what the heck do you do with your hands? FWD's Adrian Beeby gives you the definitive guide.
Charity Skydive - Complete!
16 Sep 2015
Adam and Cat, two of the FWD team, did a charity skydive to support The Rainbow Trust - here's the evidence!
Global Markets Update - 14 September 2015
14 Sep 2015
Merger and acquisition deals continued despite the market volatility, taking the amounts of year-to-date transactions to more than $3trn, a record year for corporate activity: Cheung Kong Infrastructure bid $12.2bn for Power Assets; Australia’s Woodside Petroleum offered $8bn for smaller rival Oil Search; Mitsui Sumitomo bid $5.3bn for UK-listed insurer Amlin; Blackstone bought Strategic Hotels in the US for $6bn.
Global Markets Update - Monday 7 September 2015
07 Sep 2015
Global stockmarkets fell, and bonds rallied, as US data sent mixed signals as to whether the FOMC would decide to raise rates in September.
The IMF warned that slower growth in China and continuing stock market uncertainty pose a threat to global economic growth.
FWD Fantasy Rugby!
03 Sep 2015
To mark the upcoming Rugby World Cup, FWD is running a fantasy league with the chance to win a rugby jersey!
Global Markets Update - Monday 31 August 2015
01 Sep 2015
Global stockmarkets had a volatile week amid heightened unease about China and uncertainty over the path of US interest rates.
How Corbyn’s campaign fell off the wagon
28 Aug 2015
Cat Ommanney, Account Director at FWD, looks at Jeremy Corbyn's suggestion that women-only carriages is a solution to harassment.
When is obese not obese? The BMI conundrum
27 Aug 2015
Health insurance is big business in the UK, with 5.1 million people covered for private healthcare in 2013, and £7.3m paid out in claims every day. Why then are insurers sticking with what is widely recognised to be an inaccurate system to determine levels of obesity – BMI?
YouTube and the Everyday Celebrity
24 Aug 2015
Account executive Leanne Tsang examines the rise of the YouTubers and how they are changing the world of media.