City CEOs to meet PM May to discuss financial services Brexit deal

Hopeful passporting rights will remain

Laura Dew
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The chief executives of Aviva and HSBC are among those set to meet with Prime Minister Theresa May this week to discuss a post-Brexit trade deal for the financial services sector.

According to Sky News, May will meet with the chief executives to discuss how best to safeguard the British financial services industry. Aviva chief executive Mark Wilson, Mark Tucker, chief executive of HSBC, Prudential chairman Paul Manduca and Richard Gnodde, chief executive of Goldman Sachs International are all expected to be in attendance alongside Chancellor Philip Hammond. Fund group execs to meet minister to discuss no-deal Brexit concerns Financial services figures are keen for a deal which is close to the current arrangements and which will allow them to trade across EU ...

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