Parliament is allowed to vote on EU Brexit deal

The Parliament will be able to influence the terms of the agreement between the UK and the EU, but will have no authority to fully block Brexit, The Times reports.  The paper has reported that senior sources confirmed Members of Parliament will have to approve the agreement concluded between Britain and the other 27 member states. […]

Post-Brexit fight for London’s banking crown heats up

The most powerful financial hubs in Europe outside of London are upping their game when it comes to luring away the business that the...

John McAfee to be keynote speaker at the London Blockchain: Money conference

John McAfee, MGT Capital Investments Executive Chairman, has been invited to keynote the Blockchain: Money conference in London on November 6-7, 2016. The two-day event...

St James’s Place experiences rush from savers

Brexit stroke hard but ordinary savers were not affected and following the vote invested even more money into wealth firm St James’s Place. A steep...

Britain to be deprived of passporting rights

A minister in the Department of International Trade declared the UK will most likely be deprived of its financial passporting rights enabling banks to...
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Not just banks likely to lose ‘passporting’ rights

A study from market insight firm Mlex indicates that being deprived of of so-called ‘financial passporting’ rights once the UK exits from the EU...

Brexit exodus winner isn’t even in Europe

If Brexit does drive bankers out of London, the ultimate winner might be located 3,500 miles away from the European borders. Politicians and industry CEOs revealed that at this point,...
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Optimism reigns supreme at Great Post-Brexit Debate

Great Post-Brexit Debate saw a range of M&A professionals exploring and discussing the implications, trends and research that have come forth since the vote...

Wouldn’t we all like a quick fix for all Brexit issues?

Theresa May has announced that Article 50 will have been triggered by March 2017. The consequences of this act remain a secret for now....

Members of Parliament enabled to block Brexit

The High Court ruled that Theresa May must receive parliamentary approval before triggering Article 50. Soon after 10:00 a.m. London time, three of the country's...

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