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Brexit - What does it mean for the restructuring and insolvency market?

Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, companies will need to consider the implications for existing transactions and the potential impact of future legislative changes. Existing EU law continues to apply and there will be no immediate impact until the UK's exit terms have been negotiated, however companies can start thinking about these issues now. In the longer term, whilst there will inevitably be some uncertainty, there will also be many opportunities for businesses that are able to embrace the changes ahead.

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01 July 2016

Brexit – what does it mean for the restructuring and insolvency market?

Following the UK's vote to leave the EU, companies will need to consider the implications for existing transactions and the potential impact of future legislative changes. Existing EU law continues to apply and there will be no immediate impact until the UK's exit terms have been negotiated, however companies can start thinking about these issues now. In the longer term, whilst there will inevitably be some uncertainty, there will also be many opportunities for businesses that are able to embrace the changes ahead.

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