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Industry leaders questioned on financial services after Brexit

26 February 2020

The EU Financial Affairs Sub-Committee hears evidence from UK financial services practitioners on the future of financial services after Brexit.

Witnesses

Wednesday 26 February 2020 in Committee Room 4A, Palace of Westminster

At 9:30am

  • Bruce Carnegie-Brown, Chairman, Lloyd’s of London
  • Sir Adrian Montague CBE, Chairman, Aviva

At 10:45am

  • Michael Dobson, Chairman, Schroders
  • Sir Douglas Flint CBE, Chairman, Standard life Aberdeen
  • Stephen Jones, Chief Executive Officer, UK Finance
  • William Nott, Chief Executive Officer, SYZ Asset Management

Likely questions

  • What measures have you already taken to prepare for Brexit?
  • How important are the EU's equivalence decisions for your business?
  • Should the UK take a different approach to financial regulation after Brexit?
  • In which specific areas might there be opportunities for regulatory divergence?

Further information

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