Upping the ante: UK's rule of law is perfectly positioned to embrace LSE listing reform

Flexing legal muscles to give the City an edge

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Alastair Lukies of Pollinate International
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Alastair Lukies of Pollinate International

The Chancellor asked the question, and both Lord Hill and Ron Kalifa delivered. It is time for the UK to reassert itself as a global player, reform its listing rules and be the financial powerhouse it can be.

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) is an international player, with about 50% of the stock owned by international investors, but Amsterdam surpassed London as Europe's largest share trading centre in January....

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