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Banks and asset managers warn of ‘major’ market disruption when licence expires next year
TheCityUK calls for tax and labour reforms to help compete with New York and Hong Kong
Finance industry executives cancel summer holidays to deal with workload
Alternative to traditional IPO a boost for UK as it seeks to attract more tech groups
Surge in capital raisings and resumption of UK trading in Swiss stocks ends post-Brexit lull
Chancellor says City is well placed to serve Beijing’s financial services as hopes of regulatory deal with Brussels fade
An estimated 700,000 left, creating labour shortages in the capital. Will they come back?
London’s efforts to exclude financial services from deal pave way for more ‘special pleading’
A belated entente with the City requires sober action, not rash promises
The London Market Group trade body wants lighter regulation and an end to quarterly reporting
From Mifid II to Swiss share trading, post-Brexit Britain is forging its own path
UK rule changes target business also lost to Dublin, Paris, Luxembourg and Frankfurt
German lender relocating about 100 staff from London to cities within the EU and Asia
New York and Amsterdam are the main beneficiaries of UK-EU divide on regulation
The capital is trailing rivals in the race for big IPOs — but new recommendations divide opinion
Developers report recovery in interest as companies make tentative return to work
UK will miss out on tax revenues of up to £12bn unless action is taken, claims report
Top Wall St firms eager to return to normal as pandemic starts to subside in major finance hubs
Vacant office conversions and boost for cultural and creative industries among proposals
Call to reform asset management rules to ensure City remains competitive post-Brexit
Given the current Brexodus climate, ‘RegTech’ should be considered to boost London’s appeal
Cost of trading derivatives likely to be critical factor if current arrangement expires
Latest ‘deal’ between EU and UK offers little in the way of progress
Investment bank took on equivalent of a quarter of stock traded in first two days after London listing
EU is increasingly worried about London’s dominance over the €81tn industry