Chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Andrew Bailey has urged UK and EU negotiators to take cooperative action in order to mitigate risks to financial stability brought about by Brexit.
At a speech at the Future of the City dinner on Monday (5 February), Bailey said there is "a range of operational issues arising from Brexit which, if not tackled, will create financial stability risks...
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