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The chaos that would ensue is difficult to exaggerate.They want the existing benefits to be preserved.It noted that the government?s white paper released on 12 July, agreed at Chequers, focused on an enhanced equivalence model for financial services rather than passporting or mutual recognition, the preferred option for many City firms.24?EDT.No deal implies slamming the door on the article 50 divorce talks, which would make the prospect of a future FTA extremely remote.At present, banks and other financial firms based in London rely on an ?EU passport.Available for everyone, funded by readers.These contingency plans include incorporation of new entities in the EU27 and applications for authorisation within the EU27 for certain group businesses.Fragmentation increases costs and systemic risk. EN SAVOIR PLUS >>>
Flybe said it cancelled 994 flights in the three months to 31 March, compared to 372 in the same period last year.The future of pay day lenders is in doubt after Wonga, Britain's biggest, went into administration on August 30.Start your Independent Premium subscription today.The chief executive, Mark Anderson, said: ?Europe?s largest independent regional airline has been unable to overcome significant funding challenges to its business.The move comes after anger at the announcement British passports would be produced by Franco-Dutch firm Gemalto when De La Rue?s contract ends in July.A cafe chain is a new venture for the global soft drinks giant.Notable exceptions include cars and meat, which will see tariffs in place to protect British farmers.The most insightful comments on all subjects.The move comes after anger at the announcement British passports would be produced by Franco-Dutch firm Gemalto when De La Rue? London Stock Exchange Group lobbies for US support.
Stock prices for Barclays and Standard Life Aberdeen are deep in the red since the vote.Britain?s decision to leave the EU risks damaging the UK economy, especially its vital financial sector.John Detrixhe Future of finance reporter If you liked this article, you may enjoy Future of Finance, a weekly email about the people and ideas that are changing the world of money.Britain?s prospects after leaving the EU?assuming it ever manages to depart?are uncertain and bound to be rocky.LSEG?s stock price may have also been goosed by its prospects as a takeover target.US watchdogs have made similar reassurances.An attempted merger between the two exchange companies collapsed?in 2017.Businesses, meanwhile, are also unsettled about changes to immigration policies that could curtail access to top-tier talent.But surprisingly, one of the best-performing European financial stocks since the Brexit referendum in June 2016 is a pillar of the UK?s financial sector: the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG).
If Britain decides to leave the European Union as a result of a ?Brexit? vote on 23 June 2016, the effect on the UK and EU financial services sectors could be significant; in particular, there could be effects on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) listing regime, which potentially (but not necessarily) would no longer be subject to the Prospectus Directive and other EU legislation related to securities listings..
The London Stock Exchange Group is lobbying to win American political support in its battle with Europe to preserve London as a global financial centre after Brexit. LCH, the clearing arm of the LSE, is among the world?s biggest derivatives clearing houses, guaranteeing the completion of hundreds of billions of euro- and dollar-denominated trades. As part of the Brexit