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The House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee announced that it would hear evidence from the Bank of England (BoE) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) about financial services after Brexit on 12 February 2020. It is expected that the committee would question the preparedness of the UK’s financial services industry for the end of the transition period, the possible future UK-EU relationship in financial services and new UK financial regulations after Brexit.
Source: Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority questioned on financial services after Brexit.
The House of Lords EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee heard evidence from academics on the likely future of UK financial services after Brexit. The committee discussed issues including equivalence and potential divergence, the EU’s appetite to onshore UK financial services, and the potential shape of EU-UK institutional arrangements
Source: Uncorrected oral evidence: Financial Services after Brexit—Financial services after Brexit.
The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee heard evidence from the governor of the BoE, Mark Carney, on 11 February 2020, in his last annual session with the Committee. Carney was expected to discuss Brexit, sustainable finance and financial stability issues.
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