More European Unforeseen Consequences?

For 3 years, (since the 2008 crisis) banks have been acquiring equity stakes in British companies.

That is grinding to a halt.

Banks will be cutting losses in order to get their money out – especially from weak companies, resulting in more businesses going into administration.

Maturing Private Equity Loans will be a major problem for both British and Euro economies.

There are nearly £300 billion Euros in Private Equity Loans.

How much of that will the banks go after?

……..and is it yet another example of the Law of Unforeseen Consequences?

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