Brydon said Monday "people are already trying to pick over the bones of the UK"
The chairman of the London Stock Exchange
Group sought to play down a comment from French president
Francoise Hollande that Euro-denominated clearing must move
into the European Union after the Brexit vote as he opened a
crucial shareholder vote on his firm's proposed merger with
Donald Brydon, who became LSE Group chair
a year ago, gave the opportunity for shareholder questions as
he opened the Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on Monday
A shareholder asked him his response to
recent comments from France that the clearing of
Euro-denominated should physically take place within the
European Union and growing opposition following the Brexit vote
to the merger plan that the group would be headquartered in
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