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UK Watchdog Sees No Appetite From Banks to Rip up Rules After Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's banks and insurers do not want their rulebooks dismantled after Brexit and the ability to ease regulation will depend on the country's future trade deal with Europe, Finan... read more

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UK watchdog sees no appetite from banks to rip up rules after Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s banks and insurers do not want their rulebooks dismantled after Brexit and the ability to ease regulation will depend on the country’s future trade deal with Europe, Finan... read more



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