Home Brexit

Brexit

Brexit blues

UK SMEs fear finance difficulties.

AIMA calls for grandfathering provision in Brexit talks

A large number of potential issues face firms when the UK leaves the EU which could lead to chaos if not tackled.

Beyond Britain

Most parts of the UK private debt market have not yet been badly hit by Brexit, but caution about its prospects may encourage the creation of more rounded portfolios.

Spare a thought for small business

In many parts of the UK private debt market Brexit negotiations are causing little alarm, but there is scant focus on where the biggest problem lies.

WATCH: EQT’s Tergiman on Brexit and the suffering consumer

In a three-minute video, the EQT Credit partner argues that, as UK risks crystallise, having a balanced portfolio is crucial.

Prestige secures international funds despite Brexit

The small business specialist says global demand for UK private debt remains strong.

Trade negotiations fear for UK funds

There is concern over the turbulent Brexit negotiations and the prospect of no trade deal being struck with the EU, Capital Structure Forum delegates heard.

Europe votes no to UK

Among the talking points at this week’s Capital Structure Forum was greater scepticism from continental investors towards the region’s largest private debt market.

Report: Bain credit arm set to move Europe HQ to Dublin

The switch from London to Dublin will see the Bain brand extended into Ireland.

Copyright PEI Media

Not for publication, email or dissemination