Certain debates are perennial in British politics - the UK's relationship with the EU being the most obvious. Others become settled after attracting a broad consensus of cross-party support. Until recently, the question of whether parts of the UK economy should be in public or private ownership was one such matter no which political debate had largely ended. The privatisations undertaken by Conservative governments in the 1908s and 1990s were left mostly untouched by Labour administrations in the 2000s. That consensus has ended and nationalization of assets is a matter of political debate in the UK once again.
Baker McKenzie's Dispute Resolution team presents an introductory guide to practical steps that investors could take to protect their position in the event of a nationalization in collaboration with geopolitical commentator, business advisor and co-founder of Global Torchlight, David Chmiel.