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Three years after the UK's momentous EU referendum vote, multiple Brexit Secretaries and three rejected deals, the question remains: what exactly does the UK want?

The UK's financial services sector is deemed to be one of the most vulnerable to the impact of Brexit, and the consequential effect on the rest of the UK economy could be devastating. Despite benefitting from access to the Single Market, a significant proportion of the financial services industry voted 'leave'. But rather than being driven by anti-immigration or xenophobic sentiments, research indicates it was based on a rational assessment of the cost and benefit of the EU membership, influenced by the post-crisis regulatory reform. The industry is disproportionally impacted by Brexit due to the divergence of business models within the industry, based on the relative reliance on domestic, international or European trade.

Brexit - The Benefit of Hindsight analyses a number of economic indicators to answer the unanswerable question: what does the UK want? Will the UK economy suffer in the uncertainty surrounding our future or will we emerge stronger?

Brexit - the benefit of hindsight - Peace E Ani

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Title
Brexit - the benefit of hindsight - king vs rich trade-off
Author
Peace E Ani
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Matador
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20190808

Three years after the UK's momentous EU referendum vote, multiple Brexit Secretaries and three rejected deals, the question remains: what exactly does the UK want?


The UK's financial services sector is deemed to be one of the most vulnerable to the impact of Brexit, and the consequential effect on the rest of the UK economy could be devastating. Despite benefitting from access to the Single Market, a significant proportion of the financial services industry voted 'leave'. But rather than being driven by anti-immigration or xenophobic sentiments, research indicates it was based on a rational assessment of the cost and benefit of the EU membership, influenced by the post-crisis regulatory reform. The industry is disproportionally impacted by Brexit due to the divergence of business models within the industry, based on the relative reliance on domestic, international or European trade.

Brexit - The Benefit of Hindsight analyses a number of economic indicators to answer the unanswerable question: what does the UK want? Will the UK economy suffer in the uncertainty surrounding our future or will we emerge stronger?

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A financial services professional with over 15 years' industry experience, Peace Ani has worked for leading global financial services institutions, across Investment Banking, Asset Management and the Specialty insurance market.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Economic indicators - Great Britain.|Great Britain - Economic conditions.|Great Britain - Economic policy.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
120

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