Brexit: potential implications for loan agreements
Resource type: Article
Published on 19-Apr-2016
Any UK jurisdiction, England, European Union, USA, Wales
Any UK jurisdiction, England
European Union, USA, Wales
On 23 June 2016 the UK will vote on whether it should remain a member of the European Union (EU) or leave the EU. A vote to leave would result in ending the UK’s existing relations with the EU and putting in place a new framework for its future relationship with the EU. This article considers some of the potential implications of such a vote for loan agreements.
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