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Reports

The economic impact on services from the UK losing Single Market access
May 22, 2017

•When considering the single market, many of the nuances relating to services are often lost as part of the ongoing focus on Brexit. This report specifically addresses the implications of leaving the single market in services and why maintaining deep access is important. The single market in services is important to the UK. This is

Unprepared IFAs could miss out on the ‘Inheritance Economy’ as nearly £1 trillion set to pass to the next generation in the next 10 years
May 10, 2017

Wealth transfer set to rise by 66% from £69 billion in 2017 to £115 billion in 2027 Nearly £1 trillion expected pass to the next generation in a decade Average value of inheritances set to jump by 47% from £62,000 to £91,000 by 2027 But independent financial advisers unprepared to deal with this phenomenon will

The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ in 2017 will help buy homes worth over £75bn and fund more than one in four property transactions in the UK
May 2, 2017

Legal & General, the FTSE100 financial services group and Cebr, the economics consultancy, have today published a new report into the role the Bank of Mum and Dad plays in helping their children get on, or move up the property ladder. The research shows the Bank of Mum and Dad will lend over £6.5 billion

Reforms to the taxation of non-doms
April 3, 2017

  Reforms to the tax rules for non-doms could reduce tax revenue if more than two-fifths of those affected decide to leave the UK according to a new report commissioned by Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth.   The report on Reforms to the Taxation on Non-doms produced for Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth by the Centre for

Londoners living in social housing contributed at least £15bn to the capital’s economy in 2015
July 14, 2016

  To read a copy of the summary report via the Peabody website, please click here. Scroll down to download the full report.   Findings from ‘The Business Case for Affordable Housing’, show that the capital’s social housing residents make a contribution that is five times greater than the housing benefit bill for social housing

Brexit, exports and jobs
June 15, 2016

Cebr research for Britain Stronger in Europe examines the linkages between exports and employment within the UK. In particular, the research aims to understand the extent to which higher trade tariffs and a consequent reduction in exports could lead to lower levels of employment in the UK.   British exit from the European Union (‘Brexit’),

Providing Basic Digital Skills to 100% of UK population could contribute over £14 billion annually to UK economy by 2025
November 23, 2015

An estimated 12.6 million adults, or 23% of the UK adult population – that’s almost one in four – lack at least one of the five Basic Digital Skills, defined as Managing information, Communicating, Transacting, Problem-solving and Creating.   A new Cebr study commissioned by digital inclusion organisation Tinder Foundation and digital skills charity Go

Report Calls for Relaxation of Charity Regulation
December 3, 2014

A new independent report published by the Cebr has outlined the benefits for charities through reducing regulations on society lotteries.   ‘The Economic Impact of People’s Postcode Lottery’ reveals: Players of People’s Postcode Lottery directly contributed £10.2 million to good causes in 2013 – this is a six fold increase since 2008 and represents approximately 8.8%

Value of “Made in Britain”
October 3, 2014

British exporters could unlock a premium of up to £2.1bn by branding their products as Made in Britain across the eight countries in the study   Half of UK goods are currently exported to the EU where British goods command a lower premium but the appetite for British branded goods in new and emerging markets is much

The Rising Cost of CVD
August 28, 2014

New research launched today by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) looking at the costs of cardiovascular disease in six major European markets (France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Sweden and the United Kingdom) which account for 74% of the European Union’s GDP and 64% of its population. Across these six countries, the total financial

Pop-up retailing produced £2.1 billion in retail turnover in the past year
July 23, 2014

Pop-up retailing produced £2.1 billion in retail turnover in the past year Pop-Up UK report pop-up retail economy expected to grow by 8.4 per cent over the next 12 months Growth could be higher if significant barriers such as high costs,  lack of technology and challenges with retail space were removed An estimated 23,400 people

Dating contributes £3.6bn to UK consumer spending
September 2, 2013

UK singles support £3.6 billion of consumption a year in their pursuit of love, according to a recent report by Cebr on behalf of match.com.   There are over 3 million singles in the UK going on the  almost 37 million dates each year. The average couple spends £103 on each date, so taken all

New Economic Study Reveals Global Built Environment Wealth Tops $193 Trillion
July 13, 2013

The EC Harris Global Built Asset Wealth Index illustrates the differences between 30 countries which represent 82 per cent of global GDP. The Index reveals that total built asset wealth within these countries stands at $193 trillion – the equivalent to almost three times the $68 trillion GDP of the same countries. By 2022, built

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