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Brexit tops CFO risk list
Deloitte CFO Survey: 2016 Q1
The quarterly CFO Survey is firmly established with media and policy makers as the authoritative barometer of UK corporates’ sentiment and strategies. It is the only survey of major corporate users of capital that gauges attitudes to valuations, risk and financing.
- Support for UK membership into the EU rises among CFOs
- CFOs believe EU membership improves UK exports, foreign direct investment (FDI) and global influence
- Increasing uncertainty around economic environment alongside a decline in risk appetite
- CFOs focus on defensive balance sheet strategies.
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“A fog of uncertainty has descended on the corporate sector. Perceptions of financial and economic uncertainty are back to levels last seen in early 2013, as the euro crisis abated.
Now the dominant concern is the EU referendum, which tops the corporate worry list, eclipsing longstanding concerns about emerging markets and growth in the euro area. Rising uncertainty has eroded corporate risk appetite. Corporates are pulling in their horns, with expectations for hiring and capital spending at three year lows.”
Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte
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