No-deal Brexit not inevitable, Private debt: Too big to ignore

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No-deal Brexit not inevitable, Private debt: Too big to ignore

Commentary: No-deal Brexit not inevitable

By Charles Grant in London

To prevent Brexit on 31 October, the UK parliament must either revoke Article 50, pass a deal, or compel the government to seek an Article 50 extension. Nobody can say with much confidence whether a no-deal Brexit can be stopped. The outcome of this saga will not depend on the EU’s actions, which are predictable; but on the decisions and views of Boris Johnson and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, just possibly the Queen’s advisers, and quite probably the British people – none of which can be predicted with certainty.

Read the full commentary on the website.

Podcast: Private debt – Too big to ignore (Part I)


Antonella Napolitano, head of investor relations at Deerpath Capital, and Gabriella Kindert, member of the supervisory board at Mizuho Europe, join OMFIF’s Julia Demidova.

They discuss the growing investor appetite for private debt, as well as the increasing importance of environmental, social and governance principles.

Listen to the recording, or search for OMFIF on your smartphone’s podcast app.



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