Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Reshaping Data Protection for the Future of Financial Services

Our series of Brexit Breakfasts continues next Thursday, 23rd February, 8am-9.30am at Mercers’ Hall, Ironmonger Lane, where we will be joined by Victoria Hewson from the Legatum Institute Special Trade Commission, who will leading on the topic of:

Reshaping Data Protection for the Future of Financial Services

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Brexit and the Issue of Market Liquidity

Today the FSNForum publishes its third research piece, looking at the mutual self-interest in a post-Brexit financial sector accommodation between the UK and the EU.

The paper, written by renown economist Des Supple of Event Horizon Research, concludes that Europe’s need to generate faster rates of economic growth and to ensure stable funding sources means that it is in the self-interest of the EU to ensure a mutually acceptable post-Brexit. Furthermore, the ultimate beneficiary of a disruptive Brexit for financial services would likely be New York, which could imply a new loss of risk weighted assets, AUM, employment and regulatory influence from the European time-zone.