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The Month in Marketing: the Worst an Ad can get?

The Month in Marketing: the Worst an Ad can get?

Tim Focas argues that Gillette made a seismic mistake when they decided to be “woke” and create a distance between the brand and consumer. This is especially ignorant of the company, given a shaving razor is one of the most intimate products a person can own. There are certain moments in life that live with you forever. Personally speaking, my […]

by · 29th January 2019 · Reviews & Arts
Tim Focas provides EXCLUSIVE Brexit analysis to Express.co.uk

Tim Focas provides EXCLUSIVE Brexit analysis to Express.co.uk

Wednesday 16th January 2019 Following the overwhelming Commons defeat of the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Deal, yesterday; businesses, big and small, from across the country, were asking what would happen next. Express.co.uk decided to speak to the man in the know, Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas, who gave the paper an exclusive interview. Discussing the new lay of […]

by · 16th January 2019 · Press Room
Parliament Street featured in leading wealth management publication, SPEARS Magazine

Parliament Street featured in leading wealth management publication, SPEARS Magazine

Tuesday 15th January 2019 Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas is featured in the latest issue of SPEARS Magazine. The publication is required reading for the financial services community, and has even been referred to as “the Bible of the banking community” by GQ Magazine. He was featured in an article drawing parallels between the European Union’s relationship […]

by · 15th January 2019 · Press Room
Tim Focas writes for Investment Europe

Tim Focas writes for Investment Europe

Thursday 27th September 2018 Earlier today, highly respected financial publication Investment Europe published an exclusive opinion editorial penned by our very own Director of Financial Services, Tim Focas. In his scathing editorial, Tim took aim at Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell’s new flagship policy of forcing companies to provide equity stakes for staff. To further annoy the Mao quoting leftist, Tim summed up […]

by · 27th September 2018 · Press Room
EXPRESS EXCLUSIVE: Focas warns EU chiefs that Brussels will face catastrophic financial consequences if they force a NO-DEAL Brexit

EXPRESS EXCLUSIVE: Focas warns EU chiefs that Brussels will face catastrophic financial consequences if they force a NO-DEAL Brexit

Thursday 23rd August, 2018 Earlier today, Express.co.uk published an exclusive and prescient interview with Parliament Street’s Director of Financial Services and the City of London, Tim Focas. In the interview, which featured prominently on the site’s homepage all day, Tim had words of warning for arrogant EU commissioners, looking to punish Great Britain for daring to vote Brexit; a NO-DEAL […]

by · 23rd August 2018 · Press Room
Tim Focas writes for FTSE Global Markets

Tim Focas writes for FTSE Global Markets

Monday 22nd January Today, our Director of Financial Services and the City of London, Tim Focas, wrote an opinion editorial for FTSE Global Markets. In the editorial, Mr. Focas argues that London’s fintech investment boom will be boosted by Brexit, not hindered by it.   You can read the original article either here or below: ” London’s fintech investment boom […]

by · 22nd January 2018 · Press Room, Blog
Why voting ‘Yes’ makes no economic sense

Why voting ‘Yes’ makes no economic sense

A matter of days to go before the Scots decide on their future, narrowing poles are understandably spooking financial markets. On Monday, the pound dropped to its weakest level since the end of 2013 versus the dollar. If this wasn’t enough to make the Scots choke on their battered mars bars, Lloyds shares fell by £1.7bn (3 per cent) yesterday. […]

by · 11th September 2014 · Economy & Tax
Why is Red Ed criticising the very image he is trying to present?

Why is Red Ed criticising the very image he is trying to present?

“Politics is not about putting the photo opportunity first” to quote Ed Miliband. What platform does he use to voice his disapproval of the image conscious political class that he is part of, none other than the Andrew Marr show. However, it’s not the media outlet nor the bacon sarnie or Wallace jibes that represents the real comms headache for Labour. After all, […]

by · 28th July 2014 · Home Affairs, Blog