Nothing stops a company in its tracks faster than running short of working capital. the prolonged credit crunch has put a high priority on companies sorting out their refinancing well in advance. It has also forced many to think long and hard about both internal and external sources of cash to bolster their capital, particularly since there still seems to be plenty of anecdotal evident that bank lending continues to be difficult for companies to obtain.
The job losses would result from the withdrawal of passporting rights for UK-based financial firms, leading to the partial migration of these firms to the EU27
Julian Kinsey, Cole Stacey and Rebecca Jones of Bond Dickinson LLP take a look at the year ahead for banks and financial institutions
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