FinTech firms, banks and insurers give evidence to Committee

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15 November 2017

The EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee continues its inquiry on financial regulation and supervision by taking evidence from banks, insurers and FinTech specialists.


Wednesday 15 November 2017 in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster.

At 10.15am

  • Sally Dewar, International Head of Regulatory Affairs, JP Morgan
  • Julian Adams, Group Regulatory & Government Relations Director, Prudential

At 11.15am

  • Flora Coleman, Head of Government Relations, Transferwise
  • Charlotte Crosswell, Chief Executive Officer, Innovate Finance

Likely questions

Questions the Committee is likely to ask include:

  • What are the worst- and best-case scenarios for the financial services industry if a transition period is not agreed before 2018?
  • Does Brexit create scope for regulatory and supervisory innovation?
  • How important is mutual market access between the EU and UK?
  • What opportunities does Brexit present for the UK financial services industry to pursue business outside of the EU?

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