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UK general election: one week on

June 2017

The clock is ticking. This week, even as the tremors from the startling General Election result continue to resonate, formal negotiations on Britain’s exit from the EU are launching on schedule. The Prime Minister enters those talks in a weakened political position, her power hastily held in place by an agreement with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). 

How will the changed political landscape affect the course of the Brexit negotiations, and the final outcome?

Loan markets have remained open for business despite market volatility.

Importers and exporters need to start thinking about how they might seize potential new opportunities after Brexit.