- General Election 2019—impact of Labour proposals for a financial transaction tax
- What does Labour say in its 2019 manifesto about a financial transaction tax (FTT)?
- How does this compare to the recommendations set out in the 2019 report by Intelligence Capital?
- How would Labour implement these changes?
- What is the likely impact of these changes?
Financial Services analysis: Emily McCarthy, senior associate at Hogan Lovells International LLP, examines the Labour party’s proposals for a financial transaction tax in the party’s 2019 General Election manifesto and sets out the impacts of these changes.
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