Brexit: market access poll – have your say

Author: Tom Young | Published: 16 Dec 2016
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As Article 50 draws nearer and the possibility of a hard Brexit remains, the UK’s banks and corporates have begun to think about their options outside the single market.

Financial services regulation lawyers all have clear ideas about the best approach for the industry but many of them disagree over fundamental areas such as passporting, equivalence and trade agreements. With this in mind, we have decided to ask the market its view on these different options.

Take two minutes to complete our brief poll here. The topics covered are:

•Equivalence: how likely and how appealing? 
•Financial centre model and the changing role of the FCA
•Dynamic state equivalence and the prospect of fragmented capital markets
•London as a euro clearing centre

Your answers will be anonymous and used in IFLR's upcoming special report on Brexit. If you provide your email address you will be sent a copy of the report in January 2017.

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See also

US financial services industry outline Brexit concerns

Market split on Commission's equivalence threat