European politicians have demanded that Euro-clearing move back to Europe
Steve Grob, director of group strategy at
Fidessa considers: Does Britain’s
vote to leave the European Union jeopardise
London’s position as a leading Euro-clearing
In the immediate aftermath of the Brexit
vote emotions naturally ran high on both sides of the channel.
Three months on and there still remains a desire on the part of
some in mainland Europe to send a clear message to other
would-be exiteers that life outside the EU is not a great place
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