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With negative outlooks being the mood music emanating from the Bank of England, the credit reference agencies and the main commercial banks, Edwin Coe will be considering what might be the legislative changes in store for the restructuring and insolvency market when, or even if, we reach the end of the two year negotiation period triggered by the newly important Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

As the Brexit process develops we may not in fact notice much change within the market. However, and with the goalposts, pitch markings and referee about to be removed, these are uncertain times.

Our Restructuring & Insolvency team have recently written the following blogs with regards to Brexit.

Contact our Brexit – Implications: Overview Team
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With negative outlooks being the mood music emanating from the Bank of England, the credit reference agencies and the main commercial banks, Edwin Coe will be considering what might be the legislative changes in store for the restructuring and insolvency market when, or even if, we reach the end of the two year negotiation period triggered by the newly important Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

As the Brexit process develops we may not in fact notice much change within the market. However, and with the goalposts, pitch markings and referee about to be removed, these are uncertain times.

Our Restructuring & Insolvency team have recently written the following blogs with regards to Brexit.

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