onefourzero wins at The Private Equity Awards 2022

onefourzero takes home the ‘Digital Due Diligence of The Year’ award in The Real Deals European Private Equity Awards 2022 onefourzero has taken home the ‘Digital Due Diligence of The Year’ award from The Private Equity Awards, hosted by Real Deals. It is no surprise that onefourzero is globally recognised among the industry’s best-consulting partners. […]

Farewell to Free Movement: 2019 Migration Report Update

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onefourzero and GK Strategy are delighted to announce the launch of our latest report, Farewell to Free Movement: 2019 Update. This migration report follows on from previous research on the same subject in 2018 and 2017.  You can read the latest report for free now: Migration Report Update 2019 While last year’s report found a significant […]

How has the announcement of a snap General Election affected the financial and investment community so far and how will its outcome affect them?

In the immediate aftermath of Theresa May’s announcement of a snap general election, markets moved considerably: in the world of finance, uncertainty breeds volatility. Markets have now reconciled with the widely anticipated outcome of a landslide Tory win and the expected Brexit route. Both traditional polls and our own sentiment analysis support this prediction.  The […]

onefourzero and GK Strategy Shortlisted for Specialist Adviser of 2017

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GK Strategy and sister company onefourzero Group are pleased to announce that they have both been shortlisted for Specialist Adviser of the Year in the Private Equity Awards 2017. The awards, now in their sixteenth year, are the oldest and most respected accolades bestowed on the private equity industry and those that advise it. Working […]

US election response matters

Statue of Liberty: investment opportunities in the wake of Trump

Many investors and fund managers had hoped that the surprise Brexit result was a one off.  It couldn’t possibly happen again, could it?  The underdog pulling on the emotive strings of the populist vote above reason, logic and to some extent humanity.  And that’s before we get to the details of international trade relations, internal […]

US Elections 2016: analysis and prediction

US Elections, analysis and prediction

Love them or hate them, someone is going to win the US Elections 2016. Observations: Trump consistently gets stronger responses than Clinton, even when they are negative. The audience either explicitly displays intense admiration or intense hatred for Trump. Trump scores lower for “correctness”, but scores higher for engagement. Check our graphics report to learn […]

Labour: Still the people’s party? [Infographic]

Following the UK’s shocking Brexit results, the Labour party has been in turmoil, with Corbyn’s leadership under significant threat. More than forty Shadow Ministers have resigned, and Corbyn lost a no-confidence motion by an incredible 172 votes to 40. Furthermore, as of 30th June 2016, Only 31% percent of Labour Party Members believed that Corbyn would […]

EU Referendum Audience Analysis – what the polls don’t tell you

Yesterday, we talked about how online audience behaviour by volume suggests that the Remain campaign is gaining momentum in the final stretch of the EU referendum vote and a full Brexit might just be avoided. Today, whilst the polls are still citing a 50:50 split the online results look very similar to yesterday, with Remain holding a […]