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Valentijn van Nieuwenhuijzen, Head of Multi-Asset, NN Investment Partners

Three out of four institutional investors see negative impact in Brexit

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Three quarters (75 per cent) of institutional investors believe the impact of a British exit from the European Union would be negative, including 18 per cent who believe it would be extremely so, according to a recent survey by NN Investment Partners.

UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, this week announced that June 2016 has been earmarked as a potential time for the referendum on Brexit to take place.
 
Valentijn van Nieuwenhuijzen (pictured), Head of Strategy, Multi-Asset at NN Investment Partners, says: “A surprisingly high one in five (20 per cent) investors believe that a Brexit is likely; although nearly half (48 per cent) do not think it is. The rest are undecided. Time will tell, but I have a feeling the markets’ angst over this will rise as we approach June 2016.” 

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