Over the last few days, there has been considerable media coverage of “BrExit”. Various opinions, viewpoints, insights continue to be heard from all perspectives around the globe. These include, but not limited to, potential impact on political, bureaucratic, socio-economic, and cultural issues.
On a “secular” economic-financial level, as the days, weeks and months unfold, it may also be very important to observe the global impact on; monetary policy, fiscal & financial policy, regulatory policy, macroeconomics and microeconomics. Further, potential scenarios regarding inflation vs. deflation, deleveraging, asset valuations, mark-to-market, competitive currency markets, as well as geo-political issues and their impact on various commercial markets, sectors and industries.
Based on the above, on a practical level, potential impact must be assessed on various stakeholders across Governments-Corporates-Academia-Individuals.
Specifically, based on stakeholder demographics and consumer segmentation, it will be important to clearly determine and monitor key metrics as highlighted in adjacent figure.
The key driver and metrics for viable risk mitigation is emphasis and focus on sound and sustainable Asset Class(s), Income Stream(s) and positive Cashflow(s). In this regard, there can be a positive renewal in increased emphasis on re-building Balance Sheet(s) of various stakeholders. A plausible path forward for achieving above may be to advocate and enable increased focus on “Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Mathematics-Innovation-Entrepreneurship” (S-T-E-A-M-I-E). In addition, an enhanced commitment to; Holistic Solutions, Social Responsibility, Empowerment, Sustainability and other related positive areas.