Ferdinand Mason of Jones Day said the LSE should be looking at this issue now
The LSE Group must ensure European
regulatory reforms do not impact its clients after the British
exchange merges with Deutsche Boerse and the UK leaves the
European Union, a top deals lawyer has warned.
Ferdinand Mason, partner at law firm Jones
Day, said Brexit will likely mean the UK and Germany will be
bound over time by different regulatory regimes, prompting
fears over regulatory creep between the London and
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