08 Jun 2020
Over the lockdown period, the ratio of government debt to national income in the UK has reached levels last seen when the Beatles first hit the charts. The period has been a helter skelter for many finance and treasury teams who have had to take swift action to support their balance sheets until trading can return to more normal levels.
Our latest briefing takes stock of the issues borrowers have faced and dealt with over the two months of lockdown and how debt financing arrangements might need to evolve as the COVID period enters its next phase.
This material is provided for general information only. It does not constitute legal or other professional advice.
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