United Kingdom


  • Service: Advisory, Transactions & Restructuring, Restructuring
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 16/12/2011

Eurozone crisis - five practical strategies 


The ongoing debates between politicians, economists and central bankers as to how to deal with the European sovereign debt and banking crisis continue on a daily basis in summits and across the media.  It seems that the only thing that we can be really sure of is that no one really knows where this will all end up.

In short, either the North will have to bail out the South in some way, or there are likely to be defaults and possible eurozone exits by one or more countries. Either way the outlook is not good with the least worst outcome being to continue to muddle through with significant austerity and, at best, weak growth. 


In KPMG’s view there are five practical actions that can be taken now to protect value whatever the outcome. Read the full article: Eurozone crisis - five practical strategies (PDF 392 KB).


Scott ParkerScott Parker

Partner - UK Head of Corporate Clients


+44 (0)20 7311 8895




Roger BaylyRoger Bayly

Euro Crisis Lead Partner


+44 (0)20 7694 6424