LSE chief Rolet insisted the terms of the merger deal are not subject to change
The chief executive of the London Stock
Exchange has played down potential threats to its proposed
merger with Deutsche Boerse as the British exchange reported
solid financial results for the first half of 2016.
Xavier Rolet sought on Thursday to play
down recent German opposition to the plan to locate the merged
entity’s headquarters in London and French
disquiet with the prospect of Euro-denominated clearing taking
place outside of the Eurozone.
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