How financial services firms can navigate political uncertainty

Weathering the storm

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Nicholas Panes of Charles River Associates and Derek Leatherdale of GRI Strategies
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Nicholas Panes of Charles River Associates and Derek Leatherdale of GRI Strategies

Much dialogue around Brexit’s impact on the City of London centred on what papers and politicians dubbed the ‘bonfire of rules’ – a phrase designed to capture the belief that onerous European Union (EU) regulation was holding back UK financial sector performance.

These are complex issues, with opinion among financial services leaders on the ‘right' style and level of regulation as varied as the views we see across the political spectrum. If we were force...

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