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In an environment marked by fluctuating fuel prices, technical innovation and new competitors, both the global aerospace industry and defence sector are changing dramatically – within Europe and further afield. The aerospace industry must constantly adapt to the changing economic and regulatory landscape, which faces complex challenges, not least Brexit.  Likewise, the defence industry, which uses cutting edge technology and drives key areas of research and markets, needs to be equipped to deal with regulatory changes.

We advise our clients how best to manage this complex web of regulations and international law, especially in the face of issues such as climate change, cybersecurity and Brexit. Vulcan develops strategic plans for businesses, helping companies engage stakeholders, influence policy and understand regulatory developments.

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Our CEO @LCreighton writing in @businessposthq that while the strike on al-Zawahiri may have bought some relief to US President Joe Biden, his army's shambolic exit from Afghanistan has now left a haven for the rapidly regrouping terrorist organisation. https://t.co/5LKIplgyKY
08 August at 9:00am
EU countries also agreed that an emergency situation – called “union alert” – can be introduced if the situation requires it. Then the reductions become mandatory and will require a vote among the heads of state and government of the EU countries. https://t.co/uStJFqmhxy
29 July at 9:40am
For Europe specifically, the Fund explains its “significant downgrades” with the continuing spillovers from the war in Ukraine and expected tighter monetary policy as central banks move to rein in run-away inflation. https://t.co/AtuG2diLOs
29 July at 9:39am