Financial Stability

UK’s post-Brexit financial reforms criticised for lacking ambition

By Farah Khalique
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When the UK quit the European Union (EU), there was much talk of a bonfire of red tape. The reality has been somewhat more muted; a recent raft of measures to boost the UK’s position as a financial centre is widely judged to be helpful, but hardly enough to move the dial.


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