Investors could be set for greater access to funds and markets throughout the world as the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) prepares for "the UK's new position on the global stage" post-Brexit.
As the UK formulates its own independent trade policy when it leaves the EU, the regulator will have the opportunity to build new relationships with regulators across the world, according to FCA executive...
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