Mitigating the Effects of Brexit

Mitigating the Effects of Brexit

In this final instalment of Sir Mark Boleat's series on Brexit, he answers the question: what can Britain do to mitigate the long-term effects of Brexit on the financial services industry in the UK?
Overview

With Britain having left the EU, there is a multitude of options that can be taken to mitigate long-term effects and increase competitiveness as a financial centre. Some options include reforming regulation and increasing immigration through addressing certain deterrents such as housing prices.

Key learning objectives:

  • Explain some options Britain could undertake to mitigate longer-term effects of Brexit

  • Explain the pros and cons to radical deregulation

  • Explain Britain’s stance on immigration and how this might change post-Brexit

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Sir Mark Boleat

Sir Mark Boleat

Sir Mark Boleat has held a wide range of board level appointments in the UK and Jersey. He is currently the Chairman of LINK, Eldon Insurance Services and the Governors of the City of London Academy Highbury Grove. Sir Mark is also Vice Chairman of the Advisory Board of the International Business and Diplomatic Exchange.

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