On Friday, May 31, 2019, Racing 92 brought its 2018-2019’s season to an end at Stade Yves-du-Manoir.
Younger members of society are resolutely committed to climate transition and expect their employers to share their environmental and ecological convictions, so companies need to tackle this issue if they are to continue to attract the staff of tomorrow.
A no-deal Brexit probability gains a strong increase following the latest events to date. How would this scenario impact British economy as well as BoE monetary policy in case Boris Johnson becomes Prime Minister?
The issue of access to clean water affects two billion people worldwide, and in light of this issue, Natixis is taking a range of actions.
The Women in Science event that took place at Sorbonne University in Paris on May 21 was an opportunity to honor women who work in science. After the event, two award-winning women scientists shared their views and beliefs about the role women play in science.
Natixis is supporting European Sustainable Development Week from May 30 to June 5, 2019, as it organizes a series of events and initiatives for its staff.
Pierre-Antoine Vacheron, Chloé Mayenobe and Antoine Leclercq tell us about the Payments division, its businesses and how it plans to become a pure player in the sector across Europe.
Theresa May has announced that she would resign on June 7. This will trigger a leadership contest. What are the three main consequences to expect from this event?
On Saturday, May 25, 2019, Racing 92 won against the Agenais on the Alfred Armandie Stadium field.
Natixis published its 2019 First Quarter Results on May 9, 2019 after market close.