Q2…something new?

On paper there’s some testing events coming up, from the French election to some potentially pivotal monetary policy meetings and on-going debates around BREXIT and US policy. Geopolitical tensions are also heightened. But, we’ve been through difficult quarters before without there being much discernible change on the ground in terms of investor sentiment and corporate attitudes to deals. So will anything trigger a change this quarter? … More Q2…something new?

Previewing 2016: There may be trouble ahead…

..but while there’s liquidity, spare cash and romance let’s face the market and transact! The prevailing corporate attitude in 2015 was to fight disruptive forces, low growth and uncertainty by transforming the portfolio and building resilience.  Our base case for 2016 is that companies will face similar challenges, turned up a notch. There’s an air … More Previewing 2016: There may be trouble ahead…

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?