Brexit Discussion Group

  • How a ‘big Deal’ will not end Brexit and the US-China trade war

    By Rupert Thompson, Head of Research at Kingswood

    It proved to be an unexpectedly eventful week with the agreement of a limited US-China trade deal and the move towards a Brexit Deal. Global equities ended the week up 1.1% in local currency terms although, because of a bounce in…[Read more]

  • UK GDP: “At this point even a no deal Brexit will remove the uncertainty preventing business from doing its job and improve the short term economic outlook”

    Phil Smeaton, Chief Investment Officer at Sanlam UK said: “The past quarter has been one of stagnant growth for the UK, whilst creeping towards the likelihood of a recession. Such weak g…[Read more]

  • Commenting on Angela Merkel telling Boris Johnson that a Brexit deal is ‘overwhelmingly unlikely’, Artur Baluszynski, Head of Research at Henderson Rowe, said: “With very little common ground, there appears to be very little benefit in continuing to negotiate. A no deal is the most likely outcome, both sides will now focus their attentions on a…[Read more]

  • Boris must seize on Germany’s recession to convince EU leaders to gratify demands

    Germany’s recession is Boris Johnson’s best hope for a Brexit deal – he must seize it, affirms the boss of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisation.

    deVere CEO Nigel Green is speaking out in a critical week in the Brexit showdown between t…[Read more]

  • Commenting on Prime Minister’s speech at Conservative Party conference, Artur Baluszynski, Head of Research at Henderson Rowe, said: “The speech was very light on detail, but even if Johnson can strike a deal with the EU, he still needs to get it through the Parliament. The deal has to be aggressive enough to sway the hardest Eurosceptics in the…[Read more]

  • Comment – This time is different

    By Richard Conway, Director at JCRA

    Feels familiar, doesn’t it? Seven months down the line and approaching another Brexit deadline with little to show for the delay. But while politics might seem static, the economic backdrop has moved on. The question is, will this time be different?

    GDP growth…[Read more]

  • Brexit and pensions uprating
    More than 363,000 pensioners living in the EU will receive letters reassuring them their UK State Pension will continue to be paid when we leave the EU.
    The government is sending out letters outlining that even if we leave without a deal, pensions for those in the EU will be uprated for a further 3 years – an i…[Read more]

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  • A survey published today by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has revealed that only a fifth of small British businesses exposed to Brexit have prepared for the UK leaving without a deal. The survey of over 1,000 SMEs, identifies that 40% expect to be negatively affected by a no-deal Brexit, with many hesitant to begin preparations before…[Read more]

  • Boris’ secret Brexit plans: Time to hard-Brexit proof investments

    Boris Johnson’s reported secret plans to circumnavigate parliament and deliver Brexit means you should now consider hard Brexit-proofing your finances, warns the CEO of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisation.

    The warning from deVere Group’s founder…[Read more]

  • New research unveils where investment trends are set to boom over the next two years.

    In a post-Brexit Britain, SMEs across the nation will be looking for alternative sources of investment. The UK Business Angels Association, impassioned by their desire to level the playing field for investment into SMEs across the regions, the UKBAA have…[Read more]

  • London ranks first for the third consecutive year in the 2019 Savills Investment Management (Savills IM) Dynamic Cities index, followed by Paris, Cambridge, Berlin and Amsterdam.

    The index ranks those European cities with the best long-term commercial real estate (CRE) investment potential. Analysis accompanying the index highlights the…[Read more]

  • Supreme Court ruling does nothing to boost confidence in UK assets

    The UK Supreme Court’s ruling that Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was unlawful will not boost optimism in the pound and UK financial assets, warns the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial organisations.

    The comments from Nigel Green, the CEO of deVer…[Read more]

  • Commenting on a likely election and how the UK risks turning into an “Italy like” disaster, Artur Baluszynski, Head of Research at Henderson Rowe, said: “Today’s events mean that an election is now more likely than ever. With both the Tory and Labour electorate fragmented around the deal and no deal issue, the UK is running the risk of turning…[Read more]

  • Commenting on the market reaction to today’s Supreme Court ruling, Andy Scott, Associate Director at JCRA, said: “The market reaction to the Supreme Court ruling was somewhat muted, with Sterling rising less than half of one percentage point against its major counterparts. The limited gains for Sterling reflect that today’s ruling doesn’t change…[Read more]

  • Open Banking to make consumer credit more competitive say 77% of leading experts

    – Industry divided over effect of no-deal Brexit

    A survey of 100 leading global credit experts* has revealed nearly eight out of ten (77%) believe Open Banking will make the market for credit more competitive, with only 6% believing the initiative would make…[Read more]

  • Since Boris Johnson became UK Prime Minister, there’s been a 35 per cent increase in investors seeking to reduce their exposure to UK assets – except UK property – reports one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.

    The revelation from deVere Group, which has more than $12bn under its advisement, comes on the day t…[Read more]

    Disenfranchised expats might finally be able to vote

    A vote for life wherever you live… except if you’re British

  • The number of EU migrants working in the UK continues to rise in the wake of the Brexit vote but it is growing at its slowest annual pace for more than four years, official figures show.

    There were an estimated 2.35 million overseas employees from the bloc from October to December 2017.

    The figure was up by 101,000 on the equivalent period of…[Read more]

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