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Managing liquidity and volatility in debt markets

Managing liquidity and volatility in debt markets

Political uncertainty is just one of a number of factors creating nervousness in the debt market, with banking regulatory changes and consumer sentiment also fueling volatility. In this publication, we look at how lender appetite is starting to reshape and how this may impact borrowers.

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There remains opportunities for well-prepared borrowers to achieve “top of the market” terms and diversify their funding sources. However the level of market edginess is such that these attractive market conditions are unlikely to continue indefinitely. 
 

In this uncertain climate we are currently helping clients to evaluate:

  • The impact on profitability of the rising cost of funding;
  • Upcoming maturities and impact of potential carry costs against difficulty in predicting medium-term market behaviour;
  • The credit dynamics and performance of key suppliers, customers and other stakeholders;
  • The best approach and market strategies for getting on the front foot and addressing potential credit concerns.

Read our full Managing liquidity and volatility in debt markets report to find out more. (874 KB)

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