Credit insurance brings certainty to this uncertain world

Following the Brexit vote, uncertainty is the only thing we can be certain of. No one seems to know what is going to happen and everyone has questions. What are the trade deals going to be? What direction will the FTSE go tomorrow? Will the pound get weaker? What will happen when interest rates are dropped? What direction will house prices go? Who will be the next Prime Minister? The list goes on…

Credit Insurance: As the pound decreases the exporting increases?

As everyone knows the British Pound has weakened against most currencies across the world since the EU referendum. This would seem a good time to export goods and services as foreign companies will be able to take advantage of their stronger currency and get a more competitive price from the UK. Would you be willing to start exporting and to take on new markets to increase your turnover? Maybe it’s a bit risky, but credit insurance is here to help curb that fear of risk.

We’re out! – Credit Insurance can help take the uncertainty out of Brexit!

With news that the UK has decided we should leave the EU and David Cameron announcing his resignation, the country is full of uncertainty. The pound has hit its lowest point since 1985, a lot of banks’ share prices have taken a hit and all in all a lot of people and companies might not know what the future holds.

Stitched up…if you didn’t have credit insurance

Austin Reed’s administration has gone under the radar as it happened around the same time as BHS’s downfall. They were established 100 years ago and have grown to 120 stores employing 1000 staff.  Austin Reed had a flagship store on London's Regent Street and went on to supply clothing to famous individuals such as Winston Churchill. A sizable player in the fashion world is looking like they will be no more.

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