Gallic influence to rise in EU's capital markets

By Jasper Cox
03 Dec 2020

France and Germany will end up as the largest countries in the EU's capital markets after Brexit, including in primary equity and debt markets, according to new research from the think tank New Financial.

Brexit happened at the beginning of 2020, but the UK only leaves the transition period — which includes provisions for financial services — at the end of this year.

Overall, the UK's departure shrinks EU capital markets by around a third, according to Panagiotis Asimakopoulos, author of the ...

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