Time running out for Greece

Takeaways: D-Day rapidly approaching for Greece as time is running out to agree a deal with its international creditors, secure the release of badly needed bailout funds and avoid defaulting on its obligations. Rumours are rife that the Syriza government is preparing to take the dramatic step of declaring a default. The country is rapidly … More Time running out for Greece

As we power ahead, what next for the UK borrowers?

Takeaways: UK economy picks up steam with GDP, employment growth and government borrowing performing strongly Demand for credit from UK companies is on the up, with supply gaps being filled from the increasingly established alternative funders Outlook appears robust for debt capital supply, with the potential UK EU referendum a key risk on the horizon … More As we power ahead, what next for the UK borrowers?

Divergent – the opportunities and risks of diverging fortunes

Takeaway Monetary policies are polarising as fortunes diverge. Balancing the opportunities and risks will be easier for companies able to buy in areas of growth, access cheap debt markets in areas of stress and ride the currency waves. However, for those stuck on the wrong side of the currency equation or the growth and deflation … More Divergent – the opportunities and risks of diverging fortunes