JP Morgan chairman and chief executive Jamie Dimon has urged UK chancellor Philip Hammond to encourage a multi-year transition period for the UK's departure from the EU, to prevent "cliff-edge" disruption to markets.
According to Sky News, Dimon (pictured) told Hammond that a long Brexit is essential for major international banks when the two met in Downing Street yesterday. Prior to June's Brexit vote, Dimon warned...
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Responding to letter from Treasury Committee chair Nicky Morgan