RegulationAccounting StandardsInsider Business Club: Credit Crunch

Insider Business Club: Credit Crunch

Coping with the credit crunch.

Will there be any long-lasting effects of the credit crunch on the real
economy? In this session our expert panel will take a close look at the impact
of US sub-prime crisis and the run on Northern Rock. Should we expect higher
interest rates, both for individuals and businesses? How deeply will the number
of M&A deals, especially those involving private-equity firms, be affected?
Will there be a slowdown in UK economic growth? And given that Britain’s
personal debt on cards, mortgages and loans has exceeded the entire value of the
economy for the first time, what will be the impact on individuals and their
willingness to spend.

To view this event from 3 October click
here.

(Registration may be required)

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