The Flint Podcast – A fracturing world? Geopolitics in 2022

The Flint Podcast

We enter 2022 amid great international uncertainty. Covid may be in retreat in the developed world, but not across the globe. High debt and inflation will make delivering on climate promises hard. Serious political and military tension has flared between Russia and the West over Ukraine. The China/US standoff persists. America is divided and Biden […]

The Flint Podcast – COP26: What Happened – What Next?

The Flint Podcast

In the aftermath of the final deal at COP26 our experts provide analysis of the deal itself, as well as what it means for the domestic and international agenda on climate change in the months and years ahead. Flint Partner Kiran Horwich chairs a discussion between Flint Partner Josh Buckland (Former adviser to the Business Secretary on energy and […]

The Flint Podcast

The Flint Podcast

In the aftermath of the Budget and Spending Review,  Flint experts provide their analysis of the Chancellor’s statement, talk through its political and economic implications and what this all means to the business community. Flint PartnerKiran Horwich chairs the discussion between Partner Tim Pitt(former Special Adviser to Chancellors Sajid Javid and Philip Hammond) and Specialist PartnerGiles Wilkes (former Business […]

Six new partners promoted from the Flint team

Six new partners promoted from the Flint team

With effect from 1 September, we have promoted six new partners within our Flint team. Warm congratulations to Josh Buckland, Kiran Horwich, Karla Perca Lopez, Ed de Minckwitz, Jon Sell and Sion Simon.   Announcing these appointments, Flint managing partners Simon Fraser and Ed Richards said “We are further strengthening our leadership team to support the continuing growth of Flint and ensure excellent service to our clients. We are determined both to attract the best outside talent to Flint and to reward the efforts and success of those already in our team”.   At Flint we […]

2021 – a new abnormal?

Downing Street Gates

If 2020 was bad, the start Q1 of 2021 looked worse. Covid-19 is severely affecting every aspect of life, and we are seeing early evidence of post-Brexit disruption….