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Scottish Independence Referendum – Currency Implications Given A Majority ‘Yes’ Vote

By Callum Holmes August 27th, 2014

Image L-R: Mark Fenn from  Microbiological Solutions; Carl Hasty from Smart Currency Business; The Brave & The Bold host Natasha Kaplinsky

A referendum on the question of Scottish independence will take place on 18 September 2014. Carl Hasty, Director of international payments specialist Smart Currency Business, outlines the currency implications that would follow a majority ‘Yes’ vote:

Voters will decide on the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum on 18 September 20 14.

Although it appears unlikely that independence will come to pass, there are many questions surrounding the possibility of a majority ‘Yes’ vote, particularly when it comes to the currency that an independent Scotland will adopt.

Voters will decide on the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum on 18 September 2014.

Although it appears uncertain whether the referendum will come to pass, there are many questions surrounding the possibility of a majority ‘Yes’ vote, particularly when it comes to the currency that an independent Scotland will adopt.

To read about the main currency options available to an independent Scotland, click here

 

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