July 20, 2016 00:34 ET

Reda Bedjaoui -- Evaluates Brexit's Impact on Global Markets

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES--(Marketwired - July 20, 2016) - In the wake of the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union, investors across the globe face what in commodity trading inevitably equates to risk: uncertainty. The CEO of Redbed Investments LLE, Reda Bedjaoui, joins the world's foremost economic leaders in evaluating Brexit's possible impact on global markets. The financial expert has been providing superior guidance on multi-sector international trading to corporations for over a decade, sharing with his clients his clear vision of the markets' tendencies.

The veteran counselor commented that, with Britain's decision to leave the EU, unexplored financial, as well as political, waters are being ventured, and immediate market reactions reflected as much. While the UK will remain part of the EU for at least two more years, and exit negotiations are yet to begin, investors have confirmed their belief that the UK's departure from the EU will lead to economic downfall. Thousands liquidated British assets, opting for the more secure dollar and yen, causing the pound to plummet to its lowest value since 1985.

The sheer quantity of variables surrounding Britain, and in turn Europe's, future are a focal point of concern among investors, remarked Bedjaoui, and the primary cause of the stock market volatility seen across New York, London, and Tokyo following the results of the Brexit vote. Scotland and Northern Ireland have both made clear their wish to rejoin the EU, implicating their future in the UK, while exit negotiations will determine whether Britain will remain in the EU's common market after departure, or if multinational banks JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup will reallocate resources from London to other EU financial centers.

The mounting unknowns in the global landscape have placed unprecedented risk, in the minds of investors, on markets, and forced them to turn to safer options, like gold and government debt. The CEO is confident a financial meltdown akin to the one of 2008 is highly unlikely, as markets will undoubtedly calm as Brexit headlines begin to cease, but the Pound and Euro will necessarily depreciate over the coming months. Expect harsh, timely reactions of investors to any breaking news regarding Britain's financial capital London, British negotiations with the EU, or claims of independence made by Scotland or Northern Ireland.

Born in Paris, France, Reda Bedjaoui studied at Université de Montréal, where he received a Bachelor in Law degree. He sought further education at Hague Academy of International Law in the Netherlands before being admitted to the Bar of Quebec, Canada in 1995. Since, he has acquired a fascination of the ways corporate governance, risk management, and regulatory compliance affect a company's goals and, by extension, its bottom line. He has spent the past decade managing commodity risk exposure and providing governance to a number of international companies, consequently becoming an international leader on multi-sector investing.

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