Last quote by Jeremy Browne
There are some banks here in London that will shift some of their activities that need to be in the single market out of London, when London is no longer in the single market, into a city that is in the single market. That is logical. But I would caution people against exaggerating this phenomenon – most of the activity of those banks I predict will stay here in London, because London is the big global financial centre on the continent of Europe.feedback
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Quotes by Jeremy Browne
May 04 2017
A lot of people work in the City of London, it raises a lot of tax revenue for the British government, so it services the British economy as well as the wider European economy.feedback
Mar 19 2017
Negotiations normally start with a dysfunctional relationship. But this [the relationship between the UK and the EU] is a functioning relationship. The question is how much dysfunctionality do the politicians wish to inject?feedback
Dec 21 2016
I am not saying the EU is not significant, but there is a danger of them overstating their importance to the success of London, and therefore overplaying their hand in the negotiation.feedback
Dec 21 2016
Once you start pulling bits out, the overall organism could be affected in unpredictable ways.feedback
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