Last quote by Nicholas Veron
Italy may have some small strong banks too but at some point there is obviously a need for more transparency. One clear lesson to be learned from Spain is that you cannot wait forever.feedback
Jul 27 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Nicholas Veron is associated, including Sweden, London, and bank. Most recently, Nicholas Veron has been quoted saying: “A rule of thumb of finance friendliness is provided by the … Financial Transaction Tax. Doubters such as Denmark, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Sweden are more likely to attract business from London than … supporters including France or Germany.” in the article Frankfurt or bust? Wall St bankers in London ponder life post Brexit. An other article where Nicholas Veron has been quoted is Italy's bank troubles test ECB's mettle.
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Quotes by Nicholas Veron
Jun 24 2016
A rule of thumb of finance friendliness is provided by the … Financial Transaction Tax. Doubters such as Denmark, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Sweden are more likely to attract business from London than … supporters including France or Germany.feedback
Mar 22 2016
It's not that banks in other countries don't have problems, but in Italy it's more widespread, because you have lots of small banks that do not have the shock absorption capacity you find in bigger banks. A third of the banks that failed the ECB tests were Italian, but since then not much has happened.feedback
Jan 04 2016
The euro zone is an outlier and that is supported by the EU framework but if that is no longer there, this outlier status might not be sustainable.feedback
Jan 04 2016
In big currency areas – including sterling, yen, dollar – the central bank has a significant hold on trading in the domestic currency.feedback
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