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The Treasury Select Committee launched an inquiry that will examine what the UK government’s financial services priorities should be when it negotiates the UK’s future trading relationship with the EU and third countries.
It will also look at how the UK’s financial services sector can take advantage of the UK’s new trading environment with the rest of the world, and whether the UK should maintain the current regulatory barriers that apply to third countries.
Commenting on the launch of the inquiry, Nicky Morgan MP, chair of the Treasury Committee, said ‘The UK may converge, seek equivalence, or diverge from the EU. As part of our new inquiry, the Treasury Committee will examine the risks and rewards
of each of these choices’.
The United Kingdom's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) is ‘broadly on track’ in its preparations for Brexit in 65 days, as around 80 foreign banks and insurers applied to establish branches to preserve their operations in London, a senior
official told lawmakers. Sam Woods, the PRA’s chief executive officer, sought to reassure Parliament’s
influential Treasury Select Committee that the regulator was set for Britain to leave the European Union on March 29. ‘Broadly I think we are on track,’ Woods said. ‘We’ve expected for about the last 12 months now that the
firms we’d have applying for that, split across banks and insurers, would be about 170…We’ve had about 80 in so far’.
The Financial Markets Law Committee (FMLC) published a letter to
the Brexit Implementation Team at HM Treasury
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