The euro: the ultimate crib
This paper is a summary checklist of the state of the art about contingency planning for a euro break-up. It is intended for all businesses and others — banks, corporates, regulators and governments. Many businesses have already largely completed this planning: for them, this paper is a checklist.
The Intelligence Unit does not make forecasts of the likelihood or otherwise of a euro break-up. Allen & Overy thinks that the break-up of the euro or any withdrawals from the euro would be unwise. Two of the ideologies of the Intelligence Unit are: (1) the one planet principle, which does not endorse tribalism: and (2) the rule of law. As a result, the firm does not think that 17 currencies are better than one, nor does it support the idea that another 17 sovereigns should have the ability to manipulate money…
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