The European chief of one of Wall Street’s top buyout firms says the UK economy will “take off very considerably” after the election and Brexit and warns that people with a negative outlook are “missing something”.
In a Telegraph interview, Dan Zilberman of Warburg Pincus, part of the private equity consortium that last week completed the £5bn takeover of satellite operator Inmarsat, said a flood of pent-up business investment is due to wash through.
Mr Zilberman said: “I’m at industry dinners and the level of negativity on the UK just blows me away. Brexit may as well be an atomic bomb dropping.We can debate whether Brexit is good or bad. But what I do know is this is the world’s fifth-biggest…
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