Exchanges have seen opposition to plan to have merged entity HQ in London
Deutsche Boerse may try to placate German
opposition to its plan to move its group headquarters to London
after merging with the London Stock Exchange with assurances
the HQ may move back to Europe after the merger completes,
lawyers have suggested.
Deutsche Boerse and the LSE said in their
offer document dated June 1 the merged group headquarters will
be in London but this plan has been met with opposition by
German regulators and politicians since the UK Brexit vote on
This has left Deutsche Boerse in a
difficult situation as LSE shareholders overwhelmingly endorsed
the original merger plan, including the London-based
when 99.89% of shareholders backed the proposal on
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