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Brexit, financial stability & the future of EU supervision – dinner with Andreas Dombret, Bundesbank

November 2017 • Event • Brexitby editTeam

Dr Andreas Dombret is an executive board member of the Deutsche Bundesbank with responsibility for banking and financial supervision. At this dinner he will discuss the German perspective on Brexit with a particular focus on financial stability, the future of supervision and regulation in the EU27, and the prospects for post-Brexit collaboration between the UK and EU27.  […]

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Report: A transition to Brexit – deal or no deal?

November 2017 • Brexitby William Wright & Panagiotis Asimakopoulos

The main benefit of a transition period is that it would reduce the risk of a ‘cliff-edge’ Brexit and buy more time for the UK and EU to negotiate a better long-term deal, but we think it is unlikely that any agreement can be reached early enough to prevent firms relocating significant numbers of staff.  The good news is that an agreement on a transition period would be possible later next year – but only if the UK government changes direction in its negotiation strategy, and soon. 

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Brexit & the City: missing the bigger picture on jobs

September 2017 • Brexitby William Wright

Brexit could have a significant impact on recruitment and jobs in the City of London – not least by highlighting structural challenges that will have a far bigger impact on the industry in the longer-term Another week, another set of numbers that send completely contradictory messages about the impact of Brexit on the City of […]

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‘What the rest of the EU thinks about Brexit & The City of London’

April 2017 • Brexitby Panagiotis Asimakopoulos & William Wright

Much of the debate around the impact of Brexit on the City of London and the financial services industry across Europe has been UK-centric. So we’ve read, sifted and summarised hundreds of speeches, articles and reports to identify what the rest of the EU really think about it. This report summarises the main priorities, concerns and negotiating positions of policymakers and regulators in each of the 27 member states who will be  on the other side of the negotiating table from the UK over the next few years – and sums up what’s at stake.

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In light of Brexit, what can the UK government do to make the framework for business and financial services as competitive as possible?

March 2017 • Event • Brexitby editTeam

With Article 50 set to be triggered by the end of this month, this is the second in a series of two breakfasts for policy specialists at which we will discuss what measures the UK can take right now to ensure and improve the competitiveness of the business and financial services framework in the UK. […]

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In light of Brexit, what can the UK government do to make the framework for business and financial services as competitive as possible?

March 2017 • Event • Brexitby editTeam

With Article 50 set to be triggered by the end of this month, this is the first in a series of two breakfasts for policy specialists at which we will discuss what measures the UK can take right now to ensure and improve the competitiveness of the business and financial services framework in the UK. […]

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Brexit and the City: a 10-point reality check

February 2017 • Brexitby William Wright

The problem with chasing your tail is that you can lose sight of where you are heading without getting any closer to where you want to be.  Over the past six months much of the City of London and financial services industry in the UK has been locked in an often circular argument about the potential impact of Brexit on their business and how to adapt to it. Here is a short 10-point reality check on the impact of Brexit.

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Everything you ever wanted to know about Brexit – but didn’t have time to read

January 2017 • Brexitby Panagiotis Asimakopoulos

There are few issues more challenging for the City of London and the financial services industry than the impact of Brexit. Yet there are few things less enticing than the prospect of reading the many dozens of often dense reports that have been written on the subject. We’ve read, translated and summarised nearly 50 reports on the implications of Brexit, so that you don’t have to. We’ve tried to boil down the essentials of each report, strip out the jargon and legalese, and cut back on the repetition and context.

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