Continental drift

5 February 2018 By Neil Unmack

New rules could make it harder for London-based managers to oversee continental funds after the UK leaves the European Union. That would shift jobs and weaken Britain’s finance industry. But it would also restrict EU customers’ choice of investments. It’s a bad idea.

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