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A regulatory pot of gold for the City?

Britain is about to set out its post-Brexit vision for the City of London

The government is said to back the proposals, while Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is also reportedly in favour.

JPMorgan CEO Dimon warns more than 4,000 UK jobs could go in a bad Brexit scenario

Cuts would come if the UK and EU failed to agree on some sort of regulatory equivalence in the financial services sector post-Brexit.
A dealer on the trading floor of IG Index reacts in London May 7, 2010.

The 5 biggest risks Brexit poses to Europe’s financial markets

Major financial institutions on both sides of the channel are tied together by 40 years worth of incredibly complex regulation.
European workers are heading for the City's exit door.

‘Seismic drop’: Brexit clobbers City jobs as vacancies fall 37%

The latest employment monitor from recruitment firm Morgan McKinley makes for bleak reading for the City of London.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney speaks during the Bank's financial stability report at the Bank of England in the City of London, Britain November 28, 2017

CARNEY: There’s no reason the City of London can’t get a custom Brexit deal

Speaking to the TSC, Mark Carney said that he doesn't "accept the argument that just because it has not been done in the past, it can’t be done in the future."
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney.

The Bank of England is proposing a major post-Brexit lifeline for EU banks

Bank of England announces plans that will allow EU banks to keep operating in the UK more easily after Brexit, the BBC reports.

This chart shows how many banking jobs are at stake in the City after Brexit

"We estimate that the worst case for 'Day one of Brexit' job move preparations is likely to be around 10k," a note by Nomura's Jordan Rochester says.
City workers cross London Bridge during the morning rush-hour in the City of London August 11, 2010.

Bankers must be given free movement across EU after Brexit, the UK’s top finance lobby says

Any Brexit deal for financial services should be "based on mutual acceptance of regulatory and supervisory co-operation and reciprocity," a new report says.

Bankers will get special travel rights in any Brexit deal, David Davis says

At UBS' European Conference, Davis told an audience that the government wants to ensure the City remains at the heart of Europe's financial services sector.

‘They cannot wait until the last minute’: Senior Bank of England official warns of Brexit banking exodus

"I suspect we will start to see some things happen if we don’t get any news certainly by next spring," McCafferty told listeners on LBC.