ICE chief executive said European regulators may reconsider Mifid due to Brexit
The chief executive of the
Intercontinental Exchange has said Britain’s
decision to leave the European Union could pave the way for
better financial regulation in the UK and Europe.
Jeff Sprecher, the chairman and chief
executive of US-based ICE, told the FIA Expo conference in
Chicago on Wednesday the prospect of the UK leaving the
European bloc could lead to re-think of the vast Mifid II
reforms that will apply across the European Union and in London
until the UK leaves the group.
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