16 May 2017 - Evening meeting - Login for venue
It has already become clear that the question of financial and related services will form a separate and substantial component of the negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union triggered by the invocation of Article 50.
This discussion will be considering the negotiating positions of the two parties, the strengths and weaknesses of these positions and possible outcomes for both sides. Such questions as “passporting” and “equivalence”; the interdependence of continental Europe and the City of London in financial services; differing political perceptions of the role of financial services in the modern economy; and future competitive tensions between the financial industries of countries remaining in the EU and the country leaving it will be at the centre of the debate. This is a partner event organised by the Federal Trust, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Global Policy Institute.
Independent consultant & Associate at Brexit Exchange
Commentator on financial services issues
Head of Europe Public Affairs, Standard Chartered Bank
Sponsors: Federal Trust/Konrad Adenauer Foundation/Global Policy Institute