Earlier this month, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, delivered the 2018 Spring Statement. This was the first of this format after the government announced 2017’s would be the last large Spring Budget. The statement was shorter, providing more of a brief overview.
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It’s been quite a year for British finances, what with the Brexit vote seeing the pound plummet, new five pound notes fetching up to 40 times their face value, and the withdrawals of saving services from different banks. How have spending habits been affected by Brexit, and is Black Friday likely to be the frenzy... View Article
Roma Finance completes post Brexit multi-million pound funding facility from The Royal Bank of ScotlandJuly 18, 2016 7:10 am Leave your thoughts
Roma Finance, the Manchester-based bridging finance and development lender, has secured a significant three-year revolving credit facility and securitisation from The Royal Bank of Scotland in support of its ambitious business growth targets. The new funding line, which is one of the first such bridging lender transactions post-Brexit, will allow Roma to lend up to... View Article
Downtown Manchester in Business recently hosted a special post referendum event at Alberts Square Chop House on Wednesday. The event entitled ‘Re:Brexit?’ discussed Britain’s decision to leave the European Union.
The Managing Director of award winning HR company High Performance Consultancy, Victoria Brown, offers some advice to business on the possible implications of the Brexit decision.
Though there were comfortable majorities for the Remain campaign in Manchester and Liverpool in last week’s EU referendum, the big Northwest cities found themselves out of step not only with the majority for the country, but the majority of the region too.
Business leaders from across greater Manchester were offered beers and breakfast at a debate on the pros and cons of Brexit ahead of next week’s referendum, organised and hosted by Rochdale law firm Molesworths.
A vote to leave the European Union will not help reduce EU immigration because the free movement of people will be a condition of any free trade deal with the European single market, a Conservative MEP has claimed.