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August 2016

The June 23rd referendum, in which UK voters chose to leave the European Union, has fanned financial volatility and may precipitate a recession in the UK economy. The updated economic and financial outlook has implications for corporate credit risk.

In this Moody’s Analytics webinar, we will discuss:

  • Trends in corporate credit risk since the Brexit vote
  • Forecasts of corporate credit risk under different post-Brexit scenarios
  • A systemic analysis of credit risk in the event of a Brexit-related large bank failure
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