ECB softens on Brexit risk modelling

The European Central Bank (ECB) has changed its tune on whether to permit back-to-back risk transfers after Brexit. This could allow financial service firms doing business in Europe to continue booking risk back to a central marketplace hub in London.

  • By Nell Mackenzie
  • 13 Sep 2018
Executives from CitiJP Morgan and Barclays testifying before the Treasury Select Committee this week stood by assertions that they would only need 150 staff to set up European operations after Brexit, because they could use a back-to-back booking ...

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