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- Theresa May steps back from plans for the City of London to have “mutual recognition” with the EU on financial services rules.
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Britain is prepared to have a much more distant relationship with the European Union’s financial services sector after Brexit, and is ready to move away from plans for a system of “mutual recognition,” according to a report from the Financial Times.
Prime Minister Theresa May has moved on from mutual recognition — which would have meant the UK recognising EU regulations around the financial services industry, and the EU doing the same with the UK, with both sets of rules closely aligned.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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