Puleston-Jones said UK firms must comply with European laws and plan for UK rules
The leading futures trade body has said
Brexit will lead to a "doubling of the workload" for UK
financial firms in the coming years as they must still comply
with European rules while preparing for the UK’s
Simon Puleston-Jones, the head of Europe
for the FIA, said on a webinar late Tuesday: "There could be a
doubling of the workload for the cleared derivatives industry
because while we have to implement EU legislation, almost all
of that will now require a UK equivalent in the next few
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