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Battersea Power Station has been one of the great 'will they / won’t they?' stories of our time. An iconic landmark on London’s South Bank, it lay vacant and unloved for over 40 years. Redevelopment seemed a distant dream. But now all of this has changed.
These days, most of us take contactless payments for granted. But behind every transaction is a complex web of legal, regulatory, financial and technical issues. How can you embrace this technology while minimising risk? How can you balance the value of data with the importance of customer privacy?
It’s a tough world for automotive brands. There are traditional challenges such as financial pressures and regulatory scrutiny. And now a whole new wave of threats – from automation to electric vehicles. We've played a pivotal role in enabling two of the world's largest players – Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Company – to gear up for the future, together.
They say selling a property is the single most stressful thing most of us will ever do. But what happens when you’ve got around 10,000 properties as part of a £13.8bn business on your hands? When National Grid wanted to sell its interest in the gas distribution network, we had to ready its assets: the sites it owned. But preparing a portfolio of that scale was no mean feat for all concerned.