A global set of financial standards and a transitional system to facilitate adaptation to post-Brexit rules were among the suggestions put forward by Financial Conduct Authority heavyweights.
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UK trade minister Mark Garnier said on Wednesday the UK is likely to lose its financial passporting rights as a result of Brexit, but research suggests the alternatives industry would be relatively unscathed.
UK private equity firms in fundraising mode should expect investors to quiz them on the potential impact of Brexit on their structure, investment strategy and returns, lawyers say.
Avoiding the crowded core is key to finding value in an asset class that is growing explosively, according to Pantheon’s Andrea Echberg.
If a fund’s main investor base is in the UK, products may be re-domiciled to the UK and become unavailable to European investors, according to MUFG Investor Services’ COO.
Record levels of dry powder, macroeconomic headwinds and political uncertainty; advisory firms’ mid-year reports make for interesting reading.
Brexit has added a ‘layer of uncertainty’ to what was an otherwise encouraging economic picture, according to Jeremy Coller.
Demand for residential and commercial real estate in the UK may suffer as a result of Brexit, affecting capital appreciation and rental incomes, according to the firm.
Almost all LPs who responded to PEI’s Brexit survey said they were not considering selling stakes in UK or Europe-focused funds.
While more aggressive financing structures such as payment-in-kind notes may be off the table, deals are ongoing, experts say.