London will continue to be a leading global financial center despite the uncertainty about the regulation due to Brexit, Lloyds Bank‘s annual trust survey of financial companies showed the Monday.
Britain totally abandoned the European Union, its largest individual export customer, in December of last year, with thousands of jobs and one billion euros in daily hiring in movement from London to the continent, which raises concerns about the influence of the capital in Finance.But Global of the survey carried out to more From 100 banks, asset managers and insurers showed that more than two thirds believe that London will remain a central upper part. “It seems reasonable to conclude that, while the State of London has suffered a hard blow due to Brexit, it will remain one of the main financial centers in the world,” La Said.brexit survey directed to the financial sector that is being cut out United Kingdom out of The EU and the survey showed that 42% believe that the resumption of access will not occur until 2023 or later, while almost a third said that they never change HAPPEN.
Regulatory is seen as the greatest T Hreat, in line with the “ Uncertainty in progress “on the form of regulatory reform Many months after Brexit
WITH survey a few access possibilities of the EU, a joint of the Ministry of Finance of Great Britain out a confusion of reform proposals that still have to have be implemente.The survey shown escings, with some firms saying that it will improve competitiveness due to the divergence of EU standards, while others said competitiveness goes to worse R Because of such a divergence.